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SCL Health and Intermountain Health announce merger

BUTTE, Mont. — During a virtual press conference Thursday afternoon, SCL Health and Intermountain Health stated that they are working to merge the two companies. “We're thrilled to announce that Intermountain Healthcare and SCL Health, two of the premier leading healthcare not for profit health care organizations, have signed a letter of intent to merge,” said Dr. Mark Harrison, president and CEO of Intermountain Healthcare.
BUTTE, MT
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broomfieldenterprise.com

Broomfield-based SCL Health to merge into Utah-based system

Broomfield-based SCL Health plans to merge into Salt Lake City-based Intermountain Health to form a six-state, nonprofit health-care system with $14 billion in annual revenue. The two companies have signed a letter of intent on the deal. In a Zoom news conference Thursday morning, Intermountain Healthcare CEO Marc Harrison said the companies expect a definitive agreement by the end of the year and a closing in early 2022, pending various approvals.
BROOMFIELD, CO
bizjournals

Colorado's SCL Health to merge with Utah-based health system

Colorado-based SCL Health, a hospital system with locations in Colorado, Montana and Kansas, has signed a letter of intent to merge with Intermountain Healthcare of Utah — a unique move that brings together a faith-based hospital system with a secular one. The merged organization will employ more than 58,000 caregivers....
COLORADO STATE
bizwest.com

SCL Health will merge into Utah-based system

BROOMFIELD — SCL Health plans to merge into Salt Lake City-based Intermountain Health to form a six-state, non-profit health-care system with $14 billion in annual revenue. BizWest presents Business Forum featuring Michael Dubin - founder and former CEO of the Dollar Shave Club. Sponsored by McDonald Toyota Greeley. The two...
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KUTV

Utah doctors brace for COVID-19 spike following Labor Day holiday

SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — Thousands of Utahns took to the road and air to travel out of state, attend public events and gathered with family and friends over the long holiday weekend, which has led Utah healthcare professionals bracing for a rise in COVID-19 cases through the week. On...
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