By Chris Kohler
Primary Health Care says it is poised to grow in fiscal 2015 despite facing uncertainty from the federal government's proposed co-payments initiatives after posting an 8 per cent rise in full-year profit.
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Combined with an interim dividend of 9c per share, the total dividend paid in fiscal 2013 is 20c per share, a lift from the 17. 5c per share paid last year.
In the 12 months to June 30, the healthcare provider posted a net profit attributable to members of $162. 5 million, an 8 per cent increase on the $150. 1m recorded in the previous year.
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