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Hospital and Health System Transactions (January 2012)

Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, Ill., announced its affiliation with MD Anderson
Physicians Network.

Catholic Healthcare West chose Community Health Systems as the potential buyer of Saint Mary’s
Regional Medical Center in Reno, Nev. The two systems are now in the due-diligence phase.

Central Vermont Medical Center in Berlin and Fletcher Allen Health Care, based in Burlington, Vt.,
announced that their boards approved a corporate affiliation between the two organizations.

Colorado Attorney General John Suthers approved HCA Holdings’ proposed acquisition of the Colorado
Health Foundation’s 40 percent interest in HCA-HealthONE.

Naples, Fla.-based Health Management Associates’ acquisition of Knoxville, Tenn.-based Mercy Health
Partners and its seven hospitals went into effect. Mercy system is now known as Tennova Healthcare.

Naples, Fla.-based Health Management Associates announced agreements with Oklahoma City-based Integris
Health to joint venture five hospitals in Oklahoma.

Pittsburgh-based Highmark and West Penn Allegheny Health System reached a verbal agreement on the
terms and conditions of the payor’s planned acquisition of the hospital system.

The sale of Hoboken (N.J.) University Medical Center to for-profit HUMC Holdco was finalized.

Des Moines-based Iowa Health System and Peoria, Ill.-based Methodist Health Services finalized their
partnership agreement.

Henderson, N.C.-based Maria Parham Medical Center is officially part of Duke LifePoint Healthcare
after a joint venture agreement was finalized.

Richardson, Texas-based Methodist Health System purchased the hospital facilities currently owned by
Richardson Hospital Authority.

After more than a year’s worth of talks, the board of McDuffie Regional Medical Center in Thomson,
Ga., voted to sell to University Health Care System in Augusta, Ga.

With its affiliation agreement approved, Olympic Medial Center in Port Angeles, Wash., became the
first member of Seattle-based Swedish Health Network.

Person Memorial Hospital in Roxboro, N.C., officially became part of Duke LifePoint Healthcare.

The merger joining Mokena, Ill.-based Provena Health and Chicagobased Resurrection Health Care was

Renton, Wash.-based Providence Health & Services and Seattle-based Swedish Health Services joined to
form a new, unique non-profit system.

Brentwood, Tenn.-based RegionalCare Hospital Partners and Nashville, Tenn.-based Essent Healthcare
completed their merger, under which RegionalCare will absorb Essent and operate its seven rural

The board of Boise, Idaho-based St. Luke’s Health System approved a merger between its hospital in
Twin Falls and St. Benedict’s Medical Center in Jerome, Idaho.

A 2.5-year merger between New York’s St. Peter’s Health Care Services, Northeast Health and Seton
Health finally closed Oct. 1.

Atlanta-based SunLink Health Systems and Oklahoma City-based Foundation Healthcare Affiliates have
ended discussions to merge, due to “differences in the parties’ respective business models,
philosophies and operating assets.”

Tomball (Texas) Regional Medical Center was officially sold to a subsidiary of Franklin, Tenn.-based
Community Health Systems.

Greenville, N.C.-based University Health Systems of Eastern Carolina acquired Pungo District Hospital
in Belhaven, N.C.

Under a proposed merger plan, Connecticut’s Yale-New Haven Hospital bought the assets of Hospital of
Saint Raphael, also in New Haven, to create a single hospital with two campuses.

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