WHAT HAS MISSION TOLD INVESTORS WHO BOUGHT REFUNDING BONDS THROUGH NC MEDICAL CARE COMMISSION IN 2017? PRICE OF THOSE BONDS ARE DOWN ABOUT 10% SINCE THE DEAL WAS ANNOUNCED, APPARENTLY BECAUSE MISSION WOULD BE ABLE TO PURCHASE THE BONDS AT PAR PENDING COMPLETION OF THE MERGER. THE BONDS WERE SOLD ABOVE PAR, APPARENTLY IN $117 RANGE. NOW TRADING AT 103-104. COULD YOU SHARE HOW MUCH DEBT WAS ISSUED AT THAT TIME? FOR MANY BOND INVESTORS IN HIGH-QUALITY DEBT LIKE MISSION HEALTH, THAT SEEMS LIKE A BIG DECLINE

WHAT HAS MISSION TOLD INVESTORS WHO BOUGHT REFUNDING BONDS THROUGH NC MEDICAL CARE COMMISSION IN 2017? PRICE OF THOSE BONDS ARE DOWN ABOUT 10% SINCE THE DEAL WAS ANNOUNCED, APPARENTLY BECAUSE MISSION WOULD BE ABLE TO PURCHASE THE BONDS AT PAR PENDING COMPLETION OF THE MERGER. THE BONDS WERE SOLD ABOVE PAR, APPARENTLY IN $117 RANGE. NOW TRADING AT 103-104. COULD YOU SHARE HOW MUCH DEBT WAS ISSUED AT THAT TIME? FOR MANY BOND INVESTORS IN HIGH-QUALITY DEBT LIKE MISSION HEALTH, THAT SEEMS LIKE A BIG DECLINE

We can confirm the amount of bond issued, which was $100,285,000 for the 2017 issuance.  This is a matter of public record from the Offering Statement.  Otherwise, we don’t have anything new to add that we haven’t already published on EMMA.  Our position on the questions asked have been fully addressed in the EMMA disclosures and on the MissionHealthForward.org website.