Raters Reward Efforts of 3 Florida Hospitals

Sigo, Shelly
October 2000
Bond Buyer;10/31/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 31007, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on high ratings given to three hospitals in Central Florida due to performance improvements. Ratings given to Parrish Medical Center, Leesburg Regional Medical Center and the Orange County Health Facilities Authority's Orlando Regional Health System; Flotation of bonds for Parrish by North Brevard County Hospital District; Ambac Assurance's insurance of bonds by Leesburg; Orange County's debt obligations.


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