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Roundtable Forum: Healthcare Facilities

LESLIE HENSHAW is a Managing Director and Equity Research Analyst providing coverage of healthcare services companies at ING Barings. Prior to joining the equity research department, she spent over eight years in the investment banking and high yield research departments, also specializing in the healthcare area. Previously, Ms. Henshaw was associated with Price Waterhouse's national healthcare practice. She holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and a BA degree with High Honors in Economics from Wesleyan University. Profile
KEMP DOLLIVER is a Director at SG Cowen Securities, Inc., following facilities-based healthcare services companies, including the acute care, rehabilitation, assisted living, and behavioral healthcare industries. Prior to joining the firm, he was a Senior Portfolio Manager for TradeStreet Investment Associates, part of NationsBank Corp. He has also worked as a Securities Analyst at Aetna Life & Casualty Company and as an Investment Banker at Dean Witter Reynolds, Inc. A Chartered Financial Analyst, Mr. Dolliver holds a BS in Commerce from The University of Virginia and an MBA from The University of Virginia's Darden School. Profile
JOHN F. HINDELONG is a Vice President of Equities Research with Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette. A member of the CPA, he hold a Bachelor's degree from St. Peter's College and an MBA from Fairleigh Dickenson University. In his leisure time, Mr. Hindelong enjoys basketball, tennis, skiing and swimming. Profile
TWST: Let's begin with a brief review of what has driven the healthcare

facilities sector over the past six to 12 months.

Ms. Henshaw: I guess we should tackle the acute care hospital