ABHS

AcronymDefinition
ABHSAmerican Baptist Historical Society (est. 1853)
ABHSAlexian Brothers Health System
ABHSAsquith Boys High School (Asquith, New South Wales, Australia)
ABHSAntibacterial Hand Soap
ABHSAdvisory Board for Health Standards (CEN)
ABHSAmish Brittle Hair Brain Syndrome
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To remain competitive, ABHS plans to fund between $200-280 million of capital expenses during the 2009-2012 period.
By affiliating with Adventist Midwest Health, we believe we will enhance the high-quality care ABHS currently provides by extending our reach and strengthening our position in the highly competitive Chicago health care market.
If ABHS is able to sustain earnings levels and fund its capital programs without compromising its liquidity position, a Positive Outlook or rating action may be warranted.
The Center for Pediatric Brain, which will bring together existing ABHS pediatric neurological programs in a convenient outpatient location on the hospital's first floor.
Fitch believes ABHS will continue to generate solid operating profitability and cash flow generation, which should allow the system to fund its capital needs without weakening balance sheet indicators.
This program offers ABHS the opportunity to advance our research capabilities, in concert with the nation's premier private research organization," says Dr.
c]aGoverned by the 800 year-old Congregation of Alexian Brothers, ABHS oversees operations of acute and specialty care hospitals, physician services and ambulatory care clinics in Illinois, as well as senior living facilities, rehabilitation services and community-based programming for the elderly in Missouri, Tennessee and Wisconsin.
The agreement between CVA and ABHS comes at a time when the healthcare environment makes it even more necessary to involve physician leadership to effectively address resource consumption, quality and cost issues, protocols, supply chain and growth.
The signing of a definitive agreement to become part of Ascension Health is a significant step forward in the evolution of Alexian Brothers Health System," said Mark Frey, Executive Vice President of ABHS.
At ABHS, 40% reported odors, 10% reported pest infestation, 40% reported spills, and 6% reported other issues.
The diverse holdings at the ABHS richly document early Baptist missionary efforts, women's work, the Social Gospel movement in America, and African American Baptist history.
The bonds were placed on Rating Watch Evolving in March 2012 as Ascension Health Alliance (Ascension, rated 'AA+' by Fitch) was in a tender process on ABHS' outstanding debt after ABHS was acquired by Ascension in January 2012.