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1 Blue County Blue County Hospital Statement of revenue and Expenses For the year ended on December 31, 2010
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2 Unrestricted Temporarily Restricted Permanentl y Restricted Total Revenue: Public Support: Donation Services 56,700 56,700 Donation Material 12,500 12,500 Contributions 101,000 101,000 Other Revenues: Patient Service Revenue 1,250,600 1,250,600 Premium Fees Earned 675,000 675,000 Contribution for cancer research 560,000 560,000 Cafeteria Sales 65,800 65,800 Medical record transcript fee 35,200 35,200 Contribution for equipment purchase 680,000 680,000 Income from endowments 76,100 76,100 Total revenue 2,272,900 1,240,000 3,512,900 Expenses: Nursing Service Expenses 535,000 535,000 Other Professional Service Expenses 505,000 505,000 General Services Expenses 378,900 378,900 Fiscal Service Expenses 88,900 88,900 Administration expenses 125,600 125,600 Depreciation 55,700 55,700 Interest expenses 12,500 12,500 Provision for uncollectible patient service revenue 10,750 10,750 Total expenses 1,712,350 - 1,712,350 Change in Net Assets
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3 560,550 1,240,000 1,800,550 Blue County Hospital Statement of Change in Net Assets For the year ended on December 31, 2010 Unrestricted Temporaril y Restricted Net assets at beginning of year 1,234,000 Change in net Assets 560,550 1,240,000
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