The Company also announced that it does not intend to renew seven renewal bundles containing 54 nursing and rehabilitation centers and ten LTAC hospitals (collectively, the “Expiring Facilities”). The Expiring Facilities contain 6,140 licensed nursing and rehabilitation center beds and 1,066 licensed hospital beds and generated revenues of approximately $790 million for the year ended December 31, 2011. The current annual rent for the Expiring Facilities approximates $77 million. The Company will continue to operate the Expiring Facilities and include the Expiring Facilities in its results from continuing operations through the expiration of the lease term in April 2013.Management believes that the divestiture of the Expiring Facilities could reduce the Company’s consolidated earnings per diluted share by $0.10 to $0.15 in 2013, but will not otherwise materially impact the Company’s cash flows or financial position. This estimate is based upon a number of assumptions, including the Company’s estimated impact of the recent and impending Medicare reimbursement reductions for nursing centers and LTAC hospitals and its ability to achieve overhead savings in connection with these divestitures.
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