MURFREESBORO, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--National HealthCare Corporation (NYSE MKT: NHC) (NYSE MKT: NHC.PRA), the nation’s oldest publicly traded senior health care company, announced today that it has renewed its $75 million line of credit with Bank of America.
Robert Adams, CEO, stated: “We are pleased to complete our seventh amendment to our Credit Agreement with Bank of America. The credit facility allows us the financial flexibility to continue to implement our strategy of expanding our continuum of post-acute care services, which includes skilled nursing, assisted living, homecare and hospice.”
NHC affiliates operate for themselves and third parties 73 long-term health care centers with 9,410 beds. NHC affiliates also operate 37 homecare programs, five independent living centers and 18 assisted living communities. NHC’s other services include Alzheimer’s units, long-term care pharmacies, hospice, a rehabilitation services company, and providing management and accounting services to third parties. Other information about the company can be found on our web site at www.nhccare.com.
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