Lloyd Noland Foundation wins $7.7 million suit against Tenet Healthcare
The Lloyd Noland Foundation was awarded $7.7 million in a suit against Tenet Healthcare. The nonprofit foundation sued Tenet in 2001, claiming the hospital chain breached a contract the two agreed upon when Tenet bought Lloyd Noland Hospital in 1996. According to court records, the problem arose when Tenet sold the hospital but failed to make sure its contract with Lloyd Noland would still be honored.
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