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Adeptus in need of financial CPR
Mar 3, 2017 - The Dallas Morning News

Shares of Adeptus Health, the nation's largest operator of free-standing emergency rooms, took another nose dive Thursday as the company delayed release of its annual report, citing financial woes that threaten its future.

Adeptus stock was down 57 percent, closing at $2.79 a share.

The Lewisville-based company has been suffering from a major cash shortage and sought investor help in November to finance operations and other projects, such as opening hospitals.

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