BALTIMORE, Maryland, April 10, 2014 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Goldman Small Cap Research, a stock market research firm focused on the small cap and micro cap sectors, announced today that it has initiated research coverage of University General Health System, Inc. (OTCQB: UGHS), which operates integrated, multi-specialty hospitals and their surrounding networks in Texas.
With a reputation for providing quality care, and unmatched comfort and amenities at an affordable cost, University General Health’s flagship hospital resembles a first-rate hotel, a feature they work to replicate in other facilities. As a result, the Company’s facilities have emerged as the regional hospital of choice among doctors and patients alike. The development of new regional and outpatient facilities and targeted acquisitions should drive consistent traffic to its key facilities and future profitability. In addition to its current core Houston and Dallas hospitals, three new facilities are slated to open during 2015.
In the Goldman Opportunity Research report on the Company, analyst Rob Goldman outlines his investment thesis.
“In our view, management is using a clever hub and spoke-based and physician-centric business model that will result in impressive adjusted EBITDA profitability once the facilities reach a maturation stage. Central to this strategy is the purchase or development of acute care hospitals that act as a hub for a collection of auxiliary services like outpatient surgery centers, diagnostic imaging, free-standing emergency rooms, physical therapy and senior living facilities. While the Company’s flagship operations in Houston enjoys an acceleration in adjusted EBITDA profitability, the Company’s Dallas facility is nearing a key inflection point in its business cycle which will enhance overall adjusted EBITDA profits this year, making these shares attractive at current levels. Moreover, the University General Heath expansion efforts could prove to be a future game-changer.”
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About University General Health System, Inc. (OTCQB – UGHS) University General Health System, Inc. is a diversified, integrated multi-specialty health care provider Company that currently operates two hospitals, three ambulatory surgical centers, a number of diagnostic imaging, physical therapy and sleep clinics, and a hyperbaric wound care center in the Houston and Dallas metropolitan areas. Also, University General owns three senior living facilities, manages six senior living facilities, and owns a Support Services company that provides revenue cycle and luxury facilities management services.
For more information, visit the Company’s website: http://www.ughsystem.com
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