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These excerpts taken from the THC 10-K filed Feb 24, 2009.

ETHICS PROGRAM

We maintain a values-based ethics program that is designed to monitor and raise awareness of ethical issues among employees and to stress the importance of understanding and complying with our Standards of Conduct.

All of our employees, including our chief executive officer, chief financial officer and principal accounting officer, are required to abide by our Standards of Conduct to ensure that our business is conducted in a consistently legal and ethical manner. The members of our board of directors and many of our contractors are also required to abide by our Standards of Conduct. The standards reflect our basic values and form the foundation of a comprehensive process that includes compliance with all corporate policies, procedures and practices. Our standards cover such areas as quality patient care, compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, appropriate use of our assets, protection of patient information and avoidance of conflicts of interest.

As part of the program, we provide annual ethics and compliance training sessions to every employee, as well as our board of directors and certain physicians and contractors. All employees are required to report incidents that they believe in good faith may be in violation of the Standards of Conduct, and are encouraged to contact our 24-hour toll-free Ethics Action Line when they have questions about the standards or any ethics concerns. Incidents of alleged financial improprieties reported to the Ethics Action Line or the compliance department are communicated to the audit committee of our board of directors. All reports to the Ethics Action Line are kept confidential to the extent allowed by law, and employees have the option to remain anonymous. In cases reported to the Ethics Action Line that involve a possible violation of the law or regulatory policies and procedures, the matter is referred to the compliance department for investigation. Retaliation against employees in connection with reporting ethical concerns is considered a serious violation of our Standards of Conduct, and, if it occurs, it will result in discipline, up to and including termination of employment.

The full text of our Standards of Conduct, and a number of our ethics and compliance policies and procedures, are published on our website, at www.tenethealth.com, under the “Compliance & Ethics” caption in the “Our Company” section. A copy of our Standards of Conduct is also available upon written request to our corporate secretary.

ETHICS PROGRAM

STYLE="margin-top:6px;margin-bottom:0px; text-indent:4%">We maintain a values-based ethics program that is designed to monitor and raise awareness of ethical issues among employees and to stress the importance
of understanding and complying with our Standards of Conduct.

All of our employees, including our chief executive officer, chief
financial officer and principal accounting officer, are required to abide by our Standards of Conduct to ensure that our business is conducted in a consistently legal and ethical manner. The members of our board of directors and many of our
contractors are also required to abide by our Standards of Conduct. The standards reflect our basic values and form the foundation of a comprehensive process that includes compliance with all corporate policies, procedures and practices. Our
standards cover such areas as quality patient care, compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, appropriate use of our assets, protection of patient information and avoidance of conflicts of interest.

STYLE="margin-top:12px;margin-bottom:0px; text-indent:4%">As part of the program, we provide annual ethics and compliance training sessions to every employee, as well as our board of directors and certain
physicians and contractors. All employees are required to report incidents that they believe in good faith may be in violation of the Standards of Conduct, and are encouraged to contact our 24-hour toll-free Ethics Action Line when they have
questions about the standards or any ethics concerns. Incidents of alleged financial improprieties reported to the Ethics Action Line or the compliance department are communicated to the audit committee of our board of directors. All reports to the
Ethics Action Line are kept confidential to the extent allowed by law, and employees have the option to remain anonymous. In cases reported to the Ethics Action Line that involve a possible violation of the law or regulatory policies and procedures,
the matter is referred to the compliance department for investigation. Retaliation against employees in connection with reporting ethical concerns is considered a serious violation of our Standards of Conduct, and, if it occurs, it will
result in discipline, up to and including termination of employment.

The full text of our Standards of Conduct, and a number of our
ethics and compliance policies and procedures, are published on our website, at www.tenethealth.com, under the “Compliance & Ethics” caption in the “Our Company” section. A copy of our Standards of Conduct is
also available upon written request to our corporate secretary.

These excerpts taken from the THC 10-K filed Feb 26, 2008.

ETHICS PROGRAM

 

                We maintain a values-based ethics program that is designed to monitor and raise awareness of ethical issues among employees and to stress the importance of understanding and complying with our Standards of Conduct.

 

                All of our employees, including our chief executive officer, chief financial officer and principal accounting officer, are required to abide by our Standards of Conduct to ensure that our business is conducted in a consistently legal and ethical manner. The members of our board of directors and many of our contractors are also required to abide by our Standards of Conduct. The standards reflect our basic values and form the foundation of a comprehensive process that includes compliance with all corporate policies, procedures and practices. Our standards cover such areas as quality patient care, compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, appropriate use of our assets, protection of patient information and avoidance of conflicts of interest.

 

                As part of the program, we provide annual ethics and compliance training sessions to every employee, as well as our board of directors and certain physicians and contractors. All employees are required to report incidents that they believe in good faith may be in violation of the Standards of Conduct, and are encouraged to contact our 24-hour toll-free Ethics Action Line when they have questions about the standards or any ethics concerns. Incidents of alleged financial improprieties reported to the Ethics Action Line or the compliance department are communicated to the audit committee of our board of directors. All reports to the Ethics Action Line are kept confidential to the extent allowed by law, and employees have the option to remain anonymous. In cases reported to the Ethics Action Line that involve a possible violation of the law or regulatory policies and procedures, the matter is referred to the compliance department for investigation. Retaliation against employees in connection with reporting ethical concerns is considered a serious violation of our Standards of Conduct, and, if it occurs, it will result in discipline, up to and including termination of employment.

 

                The full text of our Standards of Conduct, and a number of our ethics and compliance policies and procedures, are published on our website, at www.tenethealth.com, under the “Compliance & Ethics” caption in the “Our Company” section. A copy of our Standards of Conduct is also available upon written request to our corporate secretary.

 

ETHICS PROGRAM



 



                We
maintain a values-based ethics program that is designed to monitor and raise
awareness of ethical issues among employees and to stress the importance of
understanding and complying with our Standards of Conduct.



 



                All
of our employees, including our chief executive officer, chief financial
officer and principal accounting officer, are required to abide by our Standards of Conduct to ensure that our business is
conducted in a consistently legal and ethical manner. The members of our board
of directors and many of our contractors are also required to abide by our Standards of Conduct. The standards reflect our basic values
and form the foundation of a comprehensive process that includes compliance
with all corporate policies, procedures and practices. Our standards cover such
areas as quality patient care, compliance with all applicable laws and
regulations, appropriate use of our assets, protection of patient information
and avoidance of conflicts of interest.



 



                As
part of the program, we provide annual ethics and compliance training sessions
to every employee, as well as our board of directors and certain physicians and
contractors. All employees are required to report incidents that they believe
in good faith may be in violation of the Standards of Conduct,
and are encouraged to contact our 24-hour toll-free Ethics Action Line when
they have questions about the standards or any ethics concerns. Incidents of
alleged financial improprieties reported to the Ethics Action Line or the
compliance department are communicated to the audit committee of our board of
directors. All reports to the Ethics Action Line are kept confidential to the
extent allowed by law, and employees have the option to remain anonymous. In
cases reported to the Ethics Action Line that involve a possible violation of
the law or regulatory policies and procedures, the matter is referred to the
compliance department for investigation. Retaliation against employees in
connection with reporting ethical concerns is considered a serious violation of
our Standards of Conduct, and, if it occurs,
it will result in discipline, up to and including termination of employment.



 



                The
full text of our Standards of Conduct, and a
number of our ethics and compliance policies and procedures, are published on
our website, at www.tenethealth.com, under the “Compliance & Ethics”
caption in the “Our Company” section. A copy of our Standards of
Conduct
is also available upon written request to our corporate
secretary.



 



This excerpt taken from the THC 10-K filed Feb 27, 2007.

ETHICS PROGRAM

We maintain a values-based ethics program that is designed to monitor and raise awareness of ethical issues among employees and to stress the importance of understanding and complying with our Standards of Conduct.

All of our employees, including our chief executive officer, chief financial officer, chief accounting officer and controller, are required to abide by our Standards of Conduct to ensure that our business is conducted in a consistently legal and ethical manner. The members of our board of directors and many of our contractors are also required to abide by our Standards of Conduct. The standards reflect our basic values and form the foundation of a comprehensive process that includes compliance with all corporate policies, procedures and practices. Our standards cover such areas as quality patient care, compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, appropriate use of our assets, protection of patient information and avoidance of conflicts of interest.

As part of the program, we provide annual ethics and compliance training sessions to every employee, as well as our board of directors and certain physicians and contractors. All employees are required to report incidents that they believe in good faith may be in violation of the Standards of Conduct, and are encouraged to contact our 24-hour toll-free Ethics Action Line when they have questions about the standards or any ethics concerns. Incidents of alleged financial improprieties reported to the Ethics Action Line or the compliance department are communicated to the audit committee of our board of directors. All reports to the Ethics Action Line are kept confidential to the extent allowed by law, and employees have the option to remain anonymous. In cases reported to the Ethics Action Line that involve a possible violation of the law or regulatory policies and procedures, the matter is referred to the compliance department for investigation. Retaliation against employees in connection with reporting ethical concerns is considered a serious violation of our Standards of Conduct, and, if it occurs, it will result in discipline, up to and including termination of employment.

The full text of our Standards of Conduct is published on our website, at www.tenethealth.com, under the “Ethics & Business Conduct” caption in the “Our Company” section. A copy of our Standards of Conduct is also available upon written request to our corporate secretary.

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This excerpt taken from the THC 10-K filed Mar 9, 2006.

ETHICS PROGRAM

        We maintain a values-based ethics program that is designed to monitor and raise awareness of ethical issues among employees and to stress the importance of understanding and complying with our Standards of Conduct.

        All of our employees, including our chief executive officer, chief financial officer, chief accounting officer and controller, are required to abide by our Standards of Conduct to ensure that our business is conducted in a consistently legal and ethical manner. The members of our board of directors are also required to abide by our Standards of Conduct. The standards reflect our basic values and form the foundation of a comprehensive process that includes compliance with all corporate policies, procedures and practices. Our standards cover such areas as quality patient care, compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, appropriate use of our assets, protection of patient information and avoidance of conflicts of interest.

        As part of the program, we provide annual ethics and compliance training sessions to every employee, as well as our board of directors. All employees are required to report incidents that they believe in good faith may be in violation of the Standards of Conduct, and are encouraged to contact our 24-hour toll-free Ethics Action Line when they have questions about the standards or any ethics concerns. Incidents of alleged financial improprieties reported to the Ethics Action Line or the ethics and business conduct department are communicated to the audit committee of our board of directors. All reports to the Ethics Action Line are kept confidential to the extent allowed by law, and employees have the option to remain anonymous. In cases reported to the Ethics Action Line that involve a possible violation of the law or regulatory policies and procedures, the matter is referred to the compliance department for investigation. Retaliation against employees in connection with reporting ethical concerns is considered a serious violation of our Standards of Conduct, and, if it occurs, it will result in discipline, up to and including termination of employment.

        The full text of our Standards of Conduct is published on our website, at www.tenethealth.com, under the "Ethics & Business Conduct" caption in the "Our Company" section. A copy of our Standards of Conduct is also available upon written request to our corporate secretary.

This excerpt taken from the THC 10-K filed Mar 8, 2005.

ETHICS PROGRAM

        We maintain a values-based ethics program that is designed to monitor and raise awareness of ethical issues among employees and to stress the importance of understanding and complying with our Standards of Conduct.

        All of our employees, including our chief executive officer, chief financial officer, chief accounting officer and controller, are required to abide by our Standards of Conduct to ensure that our business is conducted in a consistently legal and ethical manner. The members of our board of directors are also required to abide by our Standards of Conduct. The standards reflect our basic values and form the foundation of a comprehensive process that includes compliance with all corporate policies, procedures

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and practices. Our standards cover such areas as quality patient care, compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, appropriate use of our assets, protection of patient information and avoidance of conflicts of interest.

        As part of the program, we provide annual ethics training sessions to every employee, as well as our board of directors. All employees are required to report incidents that they believe in good faith may be in violation of the Standards of Conduct, and are encouraged to contact our 24-hour toll-free Ethics Action Line when they have questions about the standards or any ethics concerns. Incidents of alleged financial improprieties reported to the Ethics Action Line or the ethics and business conduct department are communicated to the audit committee of our board of directors. All reports to the Ethics Action Line are kept confidential to the extent allowed by law, and employees have the option to remain anonymous. In cases reported to the Ethics Action Line that involve a possible violation of the law or regulatory policies and procedures, the matter is referred to the compliance department for investigation. Retaliation against employees in connection with reporting ethical concerns is considered a serious violation of our Standards of Conduct, and, if it occurs, it will result in discipline, up to and including termination of employment.

        The full text of our Standards of Conduct is published on our website, at www.tenethealth.com, under the "Ethics & Business Conduct" caption in the "Our Company" section. A copy of our Standards of Conduct is also available upon written request of our corporate secretary.

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