The company looks to help pharmacies, hospitals, and ambulatory care sites in order to provide patient care and reducing costs. The company is interested in improving patient lives at clinics and other healthcare environments. They are known for providing medical products and pharmaceuticals for patient management purposes.
Due to the outbreak of the novel COVID-19 (coronavirus), medical supplies have increased in demand due to shortages in healthcare environments and hospitals. Cardinal Health has worked with suppliers and manufacturers to continue to produce personal protective equipment for healthcare workers. They have worked with groups such as the Health Industry Distributors Association, AdvaMed, and FEMA.
Cardinal Health announces that it is sending an irrevocable notice of early redemption to the holders of all of the Company's 3.200% notes due June 2022 that are outstanding as of the early redemption date (aggregate principal amount of $237,558,000) and $262,442,000 in aggregate principal amount of the Company's 2.616% notes due June 2022.
Cardinal Health acquires Mirixa Corporation
January 10, 2019
Cardinal Health announces redemption of outstanding notes
May 14, 2021
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