S&P withdraws 'BBB' rating on South Central Regional Medical Center's bonds

Alyssa Rege - Print  | 

S&P Global Ratings withdrew the "BBB" long-term rating on Laurel, Miss.-based South Central Regional Medical Center's $21 million of series 2016 bonds.

"We withdrew the rating because of a lack of sufficient information of satisfactory quality to maintain our rating on the bonds," said S&P Global analyst James Fielding.

The rating was neither affirmed nor changed prior to withdrawal.

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