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Principals of SBJ’s most recent investment, Pontiac General Hospital, (“PGH”) serves as a case study for its plan moving forward. PGH was losing approximately $8.5MM a year when the SBJ principals got involved as DIP lenders during its Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2015. On May 1, 2016 SBJ principals’ Plan of Reorganization was put into effect and they took over as owner-operators. By 2017, less than one year later, PGH was profitable and growing rapidly. Within the next 5 years, PGH is expected to achieve a yearly EBITDA of $10MM. In addition to the core financial metrics, the principals of SBJ have paid back over 66% of the debt carried forward post bankruptcy, provided over 1,000 jobs to an urban area that has seen dramatic decline over the last 2 decades, and have more than doubled PGH’s educational imprint by adding more ACGME accredited residencies and starting clinical rotation and observer ship programs from scratch.

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Hospital Turnaround

A Few Accomplishments

The principals of SBJ, the Sharma family, have been in the healthcare business in the United States for almost 20 years. At the turn of the century, they began with the Infrahealth Group of companies, a healthcare software and administrative services firm that quickly grew to manage healthcare practices nationally. Started in the basement of a home with small children, the company grew to $2MM in profitability with over 280 employees in domestic and international offices at its peak. With changes in the healthcare regulatory