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Boston Medical Center expects profit for 2012

Hub hospital sees surplus after 3 years of losses

Boston Medical Center, the state’s largest safety net hospital, expects to post a modest financial gain for its 2012 fiscal year, reversing three consecutive years of losses.

While it won’t file financial results until next month, the 496-bed teaching hospital managed to eke out “a small but symbolically important operating surplus” of $817,000 for the year ended Sept. 30, chief executive Kate Walsh said Tuesday.

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