St. David

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Synonyms for St. David

patron saint of Wales (circa 520-600)

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St. David's HealthCare said this acquisition will provide a platform for St.
With more than 119 sites across Central Texas, St. David's HealthCare includes seven of the area's hospitals and is one of the largest health systems in Texas.
Effective 1 April 2018, ADC will retain its name and operations and it will align its 154 physicians and providers, as well as 700 employees, including technical and support staff, with St. David's HealthCare.
In conjunction with the acquisition, a newly created board of directors, governed by physicians from ADC and St. David's HealthCare, will oversee ADC's operations.
ADC is a primary and specialty care physician group and its main clinic is located inside St. David's North Austin Medical Center.
Founded in 1924, St. David's Medical Center is the flagship hospital of St.
40th St. David Levy and Michael Greenberg represented the landlord, while Brett Maslin of Adams & Co.
In 1996, due to financial difficulties, St. David's, an exempt organization that owned and operated healthcare facilities in Texas, entered into a hospital joint venture with a subsidiary of Columbia/HCA Healthcare Corp.
69-545's "community benefit standard." St. David's retained the unilateral right to dissolve the partnership with HCA if the hospitals' operations failed to meet that standard.
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