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University of Louisville Signs Letter of Intent to Merge With Two Other Kentucky Systems

Officials from the University of Louisville, Ky., have signed a letter of intent to move ahead with a merger between the school’s healthcare system and two other healthcare organizations to form a statewide organization, according to a Courier Journal report.

The three-way merger will join Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s HealthCare/Jewish Hospital HealthCare Services  in Louisville, Ky.; Catholic Health Initiatives and its Lexington, Ky.-based operation, St. Joseph Health System; and University of Louisville Hospital/James Graham Brown Center and the University of Louisville.

Combined, the organization will have more than 3,000 physicians, 91 locations and combined revenue of more than $2 million. The expected completion of the merger has not been released.

Read the Courier Journal report on University of Louisville Health Care’s merger.

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