April 17, 2014 4:31 AM ET

Healthcare Providers and Services

Company Overview of The Brooklyn Hospital Center

Company Overview

The Brooklyn Hospital Center operates as a hospital. It provides healthcare services, such as medical and surgical, birth, geriatric, ambulatory, intensive care, maternity, children, nursery, and perioperative services. The company also offers emergency and specialized care services, including oncology, infectious disease, acute rehab, medically managed detoxification, and hemodialysis services. In addition, The Brooklyn Hospital Center provides medical and health science education services, and BCLS, ACLS, PALS, and NRP classes for health professionals. The Brooklyn Hospital Center was formerly known as Brooklyn City Hospital. The company was founded in 1845 and is based in Brooklyn, New Yo...

121 DeKalb Avenue

Brooklyn, NY 11201

United States

Founded in 1845

Phone:

718-250-8000

Fax:

718-625-4109

Key Executives for The Brooklyn Hospital Center

Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President
Age: 57
Chief Information Officer
Chief Nursing Officer and Senior Vice President
Senior Vice President of Strategic Planning
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

The Brooklyn Hospital Center Key Developments

GE Capital Leads $45 Million Senior Credit Facility for the Brooklyn Hospital Center

GE Capital announced that it is serving as administrative agent on a $45 million senior secured credit facility for The Brooklyn Hospital Center. The financing refinanced existing debt and is being used for ongoing working capital needs. GE Capital Markets served as sole lead arranger and bookrunner on the facility.

The Brooklyn Hospital Center Secures New Credit Facility, Reduces Debt by $25 Million

In two separate transactions, The Brooklyn Hospital Center has restructured and refinanced $80 million of debt, reducing its debt by $25 million and saving nearly $10 million in interest. The two-stage strategy began with the refinancing of the hospital's $45 million balloon debt, which was due in October 2012. This permitted the hospital to refinance its $35 million HUD-insured mortgage, resulting in savings of nearly $10 million over the life of the loan.

The Brooklyn Hospital Center Names Bill Moran as Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer

Bill Moran has been named Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer (CIO) at The Brooklyn Hospital Center. Mr. Moran has more than two decades of experience in healthcare technology. Most recently, he served as North America Senior Vice President and Healthcare Practice Principal Executive for Dell Corporation.

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