Moody's assigns 'A1' rating to Children's Hospital & Medical Center's bonds

Moody's Investors Service assigned an "A1" rating to Omaha, Neb.-based Children's Hospital & Medical Center's $100 million of proposed series 2017 fixed-rate revenue bonds.

The ratings agency also upgraded the rating on CHMC's parity debt to "A1" from "A2," affecting $93 million of revenue bonds.

The ratings upgrade is based on a number of factors, including CHMC's strong operating performance, strong balance sheet measures and its favorable market position.

The outlook was revised to stable from positive, reflecting Moody's Investors Service's expectation CHMC will continue to produce strong operating performance measures and will be able to execute its large capital projects while staying within the operating and balance sheet measures of its projections.

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