- Published: October 2011
- Region: Global
Summary: Universal Health Services Inc. Nov 07
- Published: November 2007
- Standard & Poors
The investment-grade ratings on King of Prussia, Penn.-based Universal Health Services Inc. (Universal) reflect its moderately diverse hospital portfolio, reasonably strong positions in growing communities, and a conservative financial policy that has helped it maintain an intermediate financial risk profile for several years. Universal owns and/or operates 29 acute-care hospitals and 113 behavioral health centers in 32 states, Washington D.C., and Puerto Rico. In addition, Universal manages, owns, or has a partnership interest in 11 surgical hospitals and surgery and radiation oncology centers in six states and Puerto Rico. Another two acute-care hospitals are under construction. Four hospitals located in Louisiana remain closed and nonoperational since Hurricane Katrina. Universal has reasonably strong operations in attractive markets that are expanding, on...
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