Health's nonprofit winners

Nonprofit hospitals, established to help the poor, have become moneymakers. Nationwide, 77 percent of nonprofits are in the black while just 61 percent of for-profit hospitals are profitable, according to data collected by the American Hospital Directory. In the Tampa Bay area, just four of 16 nonprofits lost money in 2006. Biggest winner: St. Joseph's in Tampa with $83.1-million in net income.

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Source: American Hospital Directory

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