ECHD gets Issuer Default Rating, bond downgrade

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first_img ECHD gets Issuer Default Rating, bond downgrade Pinterest By admin – March 26, 2018 Twitter WhatsApp Twitter WhatsApp Previous articleFive things you need to know today, March 26Next articleCounty Commissioners accept annual financial report admin Facebook Roy Perkins, left, of God’s Way engages in a video conference with Richard Llanez using an app called Zoom on Wednesday in his home. Perkins uses Zoom to connect with an audience and speaks about the Holy Bible. Ector County Hospital District recently had their bonds downgraded by Fitch Ratings and received an Issuer Default Rating.ECHD’s rating was downgraded from BBB to BB+, with an Issuer Default Rating, and Fitch revised the rating outlook from negative to stable, a Fitch Ratings press release stated.The district had a weak fiscal 2016 and 2017 performance reflected a decline in the regional economy since recovered and an electronic medical record implementation in fiscal 2017, the release stated.Fitch expects the hospital district to improve profitability and operating margins with the hospital under new leadership, and with the return of CFO Robert Abernethy, creating an experienced management team, which changed the outlook rating from negative to stable, the release stated. Local NewsGovernment Facebook Pinterestlast_img read more


Craig Varjabedian photograph exhibit

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first_img TAGS  Pinterest Twitter Museum of the Southwest Museum of the Southwest, 1705 W. Missouri Ave., Midland, has scheduled the exhibit “Into the Great White Sands: Photographs by Craig Varjabedian,” through Sunday. The exhibition features eloquent photographs of White Sands National Monument by acclaimed photographer Varjabedian, who created these masterful images during a period of over five years as he explored the surrealistic landscape of White Sands, located in southeastern New Mexico. Museum hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Call 683-2882 or email [email protected] Twitter By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 WhatsApp WhatsAppcenter_img Pinterest Facebook Previous article011519_Pet_of_the_week_03Next articleOdessa High-Midland High Girls Basketball Digital AIM Web Support Local News Craig Varjabedian photograph exhibit Facebooklast_img read more


Make an impact through intervention

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first_imgRelated posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Occupational health is not a slice of the organisational cake that stays inisolation, so its focus should always be on the well being of the wholeorganisation. So said George Prentice, HR director of the FiberCompositesDivision of Alstom Ltd. In his presentation, ‘Working together in Partnership’, Prentice tolddelegates that no aspect of an organisation can function without impacting onall the other parts, which is equally true of OH. To make an impact, it mustmove from a prescriptive to an interventionist role. Moving to an interventionist role may not be easy, he warned, as managementis often resistant to change. But occupational health is now an integral partof the management process, and must give input with its own perspective for thegood of the entire organisation. Comments are closed. Make an impact through interventionOn 1 May 2003 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more