North Carolina Hospital Nets Upgrade Ahead of $60M Deal

DeSue, Tedra
July 2002
Bond Buyer;7/31/2002, Vol. 341 Issue 31439, p6
Trade Publication
Reports the upgrade in the rating of the Northeast Medical Center by the Standard & Poor's ahead of an upcoming debt sale in Concord, North Carolina. Dominance of the center in the market share; Issuance of hospital debt by the North Carolina Medical Care Commission; Affirmation of rating by the Moody's Investors Service.


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