HOW MUCH MONEY – PERCENTAGE WISE – GOES TO INVESTORS? DOES MISSION LEADERSHIP AND/OR THE BOARD STAND TO GAIN FROM THIS TRANSACTION?

HOW MUCH MONEY – PERCENTAGE WISE – GOES TO INVESTORS? DOES MISSION LEADERSHIP AND/OR THE BOARD STAND TO GAIN FROM THIS TRANSACTION?

Mission Health does not have shareholders and no one – not the Board, nor CEO nor management – stands to personally benefit from this transaction. The people who will benefit the most should this transaction move forward, are our communities and patients. Becoming part of HCA ensures that Mission Health will be here for the long-term and able to continue – and enhance – our tradition of providing high quality care. This is a win for our patients. HCA provides scale and resources that Mission Health doesn’t have, helping us to access new tools and technologies, which is a win for our team. Finally, the creation of a substantial new foundation as part of the contemplated transaction that could invest tens of millions of dollars annually will enable us to support the underserved and address the root causes of many health problems in ways and with depth that would have been completely impossible.