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General Hospital at Passaic Sold AHS Hospital Corp. announced last Wednesday the sale of its General Hospital Center at Passaic to the Beth Israel Hospital Association of Passaic for $35 million. Beth Israel will transfer to General Hospital those services provided by Passaic Beth Israel Hospital. The new entity will be called PBI Regional Medical Center. The Passaic Beth Israel Hospital building will be sold to the Schools Construction Corp. for public education use. AHS Hospital is a subsidiary of Florham Park’s Atlantic Health System Inc., represented by general counsel Stephen Sepaniak, assistant general Cynthia Hoen and a team from Norris, McLaughlin & Marcus of Somerville, led by partner J. Anthony Manger. Beth Israel is represented by a team from Reed Smith, led by Princeton partner Murray Klein and Philadelphia partner Karl Thallner. Jackson Lewis of Morristown and Genova, Burns & Vernoia of Livingston served as special counsel to AHS and Beth Israel, respectively, for labor and employment matters. Derma Sciences Pays $2.6M for Wound-Care Assets Derma Sciences of Princeton, a manufacturer and supplier of wound and skin-care products, said Wednesday it paid $2.6 million for the wound-care assets of Kimberly-Clark. Kimberly-Clark, of Irving, Texas, makes consumer and healthcare products. Integra LifeSciences Subsidiary Pays $2M for Surgical Instrument Line Integra LifeSciences Holdings Corp. of Plainsboro, a medical-technology company, announced last Wednesday that subsidiary JARIT Surgical Instruments, a provider of surgical instruments in Hawthorne, N.Y., paid $2 million for R&B Surgical Solutions‘ line of neurosurgical instruments. R&B Surgical Solutions, of Cleveland, supplies surgical instruments and implants. Integra is represented by GoodSmith Gregg & Unruh of Chicago. In a separate transaction announced last Thursday, Integra LifeSciences said it paid $400,000 for the assets of Reconstructive Technologies Inc. of Palo Alto, Calif., which develops and makes medical devices for the surgical treatment of lost or damaged skin. Compiled by Amy E. Rice from Thomson Financial/Securities Data and other sources

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