Investment wouldn't be made without guarantee of profit

After reading Brenda Trefens' comments made in front of the Borough Assembly and community members regarding the CON for Kahtnu's surgical center, I was amazed at her naivity. I respect, and actually like the doctors I have work with at CPH the past 11 years, and do not judge any that would want to join in this venture. This letter is not for, nor against. But I hope it would be obvious to anybody that this kind of investment is not undertaken without the guarantee of profit.

The biggest hearts in the world would not spend that amount of money in the hopes of breaking even.

I feel our working environment at CPH has, and continues to improve, and the cares delivered are proven consistently exceptional.

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