Tenet acquired both acute care facilities from the bankruptAllegheny Health System in 1998 as part of an eight-propertyportfolio for an aggregate $345 million. Parkview is the second inthe portfolio to be shuttered. In 2000, Tenet closed City AvenueHospital here.

A year ago, however, it added the 125-bed Roxborough Memorialmedical center here to its Pennsylvania portfolio. With the closingof Parkview and the projected sale of Elkins Park, that portfoliowill contain six hospital facilities, all in the GreaterPhiladelphia MSA.

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