KENAI - Central Peninsula Hospital is expected to have another good year.
Chief Executive Officer Ryan Smith said in the past three years the hospital's gross patient revenues have grown from around $66 million a year to $111 million.
Smith said the outlook for fiscal year 2009 also could be a very good one for the medical facility.
The hospital, he said, generated a net of $4.3 million in the quarter, more than double the $2 million in the same quarter last year.
Smith said that a new dialysis center should be up and operating early next year.
And he said the hospital also is continuing its physician recruitment efforts, specifically in pediatrics.