Jewish Hospital seeks more suitors beyond Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati
The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati, the owner of Jewish Hospital, will expand its circle of potential buyers of the facility beyond the Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati. The Foundation has been talking to other hospital companies for more than a year and had focused on the alliance since mid-2008. In a message to hospital employees and community leaders, foundation President Gary Heiman said those talks would continue but the group would "expand our discussions to include other potential partners for the hospital."
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