Moody's Investors Service revised its outlook to stable from negative on Marquette General Hospital, the Upper Peninsula's only tertiary-care provider. It also affirmed the hospital's Baa3 underlying and long-term revenue bond ratings.

The outlook change comes after a new senior management team raised MGH's operating performance and liquidity position in fiscal 2009, Moody's said. The hospital has $80 million of outstanding debt.

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