SAN FRANCISCO — California’s Sutter Health will sell $900 million of tax-exempt revenue bonds this month in the health care provider’s first trip to market in two years.

Sutter’s fixed-rate bonds will be sold in two tranches — $325 million through the California Statewide Communities Development Authority and $575 million through the California Health Facilities Financing Authority. The bonds will likely price Jan. 25 with potential maturities of up to 40 years, according to John Landers, managing director at Morgan Stanley, the lead underwriter on the deal.

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