AmSurg 2Q revenue up, Northstar Healthcare leadership appointments & more — 5 recent key notes on ASC companies
In the second quarter of 2014, AmSurg revenue rose to $281.1 million, up 5 percent from $267.1 million in the second quarter of 2013.
Hospital Corporation of America reported a 14 percent increase in net income during the second quarter of this year, from $423 million in the second quarter of 2013 to $83 million this year.
Northstar Healthcare appointed Harry Fleming, MBA, as its president. Mr. Fleming has served as the company's CFO for the past 18 months. Andy Chen, previously vice president of finance, will step up to fill the role of CFO.
Orlando (Fla.) Health acquired a controlling interest in University Surgical Center in Winter Park, Fla., last quarter. United Surgical Partners International and Orlando Health now partner in ownership of the surgery center.
Tenet Healthcare stock traded at $53.61 per share during the week of July 21 to July 25, up 10.72 percent.
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