BRADENTON, Fla. — The Owensboro Medical Health System in Kentucky this week is expected to price $545 million of fixed-rate revenue and refunding bonds as part of a finance plan to build a new hospital and terminate two swaps.

The bonds are being issued on behalf of OMHS by the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority and structured as $474.8 million of Series 2010A bonds and $70.1 million of refunding Series 2010B bonds. The debt is expected to sell with serial and term bonds with final maturity in 2046, according to various bond documents.

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