August 1961: North Miami (Fla.) General Hospital opens.
August 1965: Internal Revenue Service recognizes hospital as tax-exempt public charity under federal tax code.
February 1984: North Miami General sells hospital assets to Health Resources Corporation of America, a Houston-based for-profit hospital chain, for about $57 million.
February 1984: North Miami General changes name to Modern Health Care Services; HRCA changes name of hospital to North Miami Medical Center.
January 1985: HRCA merges with Dallas-based Republic Health Corp.
May 1990: Hospital out of compliance with local building codes; Republic closes facility.
April 1992: Republic renames itself OrNda HealthCorp, moves to Nashville, â– and later merges with American Healthcare Management and Summit Health.
Sources: IRS, court records