GE Reports has recently focused on the way in which loans from GE Capital are making a real impact when it comes to communities and jobs — from helping Boscov’s Department stores exit bankruptcy in Pennsylvania, to expanding Jack in the Box franchises in Texas, to growing 150 jobs with a recycling plant in Louisiana. But much of the financing GE Capital provides isn’t so obvious to the average consumer — and it’s happening right now in the critical area of healthcare. To underscore just how big a role GE Capital is playing, its Healthcare Financial Services business today announced that it ended the first six months of 2009 as one of the most active capital providers in the U.S. healthcare market, deploying approximately $1 billion for more than 45 transactions.
Doctor’s orders: $1B in GE Capital healthcare loans
September 21, 2009