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For more information please read the Questions and Answers In a move to build on longstanding ties and to address growing regional interest in more efficient, integrated regional health care services for patients, officials of Suburban Hospital Healthcare System (SHHS) and The Johns Hopkins Health System Corporation have formally agreed to integrate SHHS into the Johns Hopkins Health System (JHHS).

Both systems say it is anticipated that SHHS will join JHHS in early fall2009 after appropriate due diligence is completed.

D., chairman of the Suburban Hospital Medical Staff.

“We are pleased that this opportunity brings together two highly respected health care organizations in an integration that promises to improve our ability to advance health care delivery throughout the region."“We face a new era in health care delivery that will bring major reforms and demands for more rational and efficient ways of delivering care,” said Steven J.

Peterson, partnering with Suburban was a strategically driven decision.

“Suburban is strong financially, very highly regarded in its community and located virtually on the doorstep of the nation’s capital,” he said.

In addition to the cardiac care collaboration with NIH and JHM that resulted in the NIH Heart Center at Suburban Hospital, the NIH Stroke Center at Suburban Hospital is a unique partnership with the National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Stroke.

If the transaction is completed and implemented as planned, the Montgomery County-based SHHS will become a wholly owned subsidiary corporation of JHHS and a member of Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM), but will retain both its name and commitment to its community.Numerous locations throughout the county provide rehabilitation services and community health and wellness programs.More information about the Suburban Hospital Healthcare System Johns Hopkins Medicine A more than .5 billion enterprise, Johns Hopkins Medicine unites physicians and scientists of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine with the organizations, health professionals and facilities of JHHS.With 238 licensed beds and annual admissions of nearly 15,000, the hospital is the cornerstone of the Suburban Hospital Healthcare System (SHHS), an independent, not-for-profit, community-based organization.Total revenue of SHHS and its joint ventures is approximately 0M.