DALLAS — The Tomball Hospital Authority near Houston has called or defeased its $111.4 million of tax-exempt bond debt after the sale of the Tomball Regional Medical Center to for-profit Community Health Systems.

The bonds include $85 million of Series 1999 and $47.3 million of Series 2005, according to the Hospital Authority’s filing with the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board. Of those amounts, $72 million from the 1999 issue was callable, while $39.4 million was defeased through advance refunding.

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