Sale of N. Oakland hospital in Pontiac, MI, completed
North Oakland Regional Medical Centers, a 336-bed Pontiac, MI-based hospital, was sold to a large Oakland County physicians group and Flint's McLaren Health Care system, which acquires a 35% ownership of the hospital. The deal also calls for the City of Pontiac to receive 5% of any possible profits the new for-profit hospital makes, said McLaren representatives.
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