CHS divests Texas hospital

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Franklin, Tenn.-based Community Health Systems announced Oct. 23 that it has actually completed the divestiture of San Angelo (Texas) Community Medical Center..

CHS sold the 171-bed medical facility to Shannon Health System in San Angelo. The organizations finished the transaction about 7 months after getting in into a definitive agreement..

The divestiture is amongst those CHS gone over on its second-quarter revenues call. The company ended the 2nd quarter of this year with earnings of $70 million, compared to a bottom line of $167 million in the exact same period a year earlier..

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With the transaction complete, CHS now operates nine medical facilities in Texas..