By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Universal Health Services announced on November 25, 2002, that it would close a deal to buy North Star Behavioral Health by December 31, 2002, for an undisclosed amount. North Star generates a yearly revenue of approximately $20 million from its 117 beds in three facilities in Anchorage. UHS originally approached North Star about buying the facility two and a half years ago, said Kathleen Cronen, North Star's chief executive. She added that the hospital renewed its contact with Universal . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Universal Health Services announced on November 25, 2002, that it would close a deal to buy North Star Behavioral Health by December 31, 2002, for an undisclosed amount. North Star generates a yearly revenue of approximately $20 million from its 117 beds in three facilities in Anchorage. UHS originally approached North Star about buying the facility two and a half years ago, said Kathleen Cronen, North Star's chief executive. She added that the hospital renewed its contact with Universal . . .
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