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Vital releases Interim Report and Investor Update

Vital releases Interim Report and Investor Update

Interim Report
To read the 2014 Vital Healthcare Property Trust Interim Report please click here.


Vital update
To read the latest Vital update please click here. Here's just a few of the highlights in this edition:

Doing the simple things very well
CEO David Carr says why focusing on the core business is paying dividends


Healthcare insurance perspectives
We look at Australian sector insights for the New Zealand market


Portfolio update
A new 30-year lease at Ascot Hospital and our latest A$28m project at Hurstville Private Hospital


New people
We profile the latest team members across our Trans-Tasman business

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