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Tenet Healthcare Corporation (THC)

4/3/2006 Proxy Information

Mr. Jennings' brother-in-law is President of American Psychiatric Partners, or APP, and is one of four shareholders each of whom owns a 20% equity position in that company. The remaining 20% of the shares are held by APP as treasury stock. On June 1, 2004, APP renewed a management services agreement with our Atlanta Medical Center. This agreement was terminated on December 31, 2005. Under the terms of the agreement, APP provided that hospital with staffing and management services for a community outreach service program for an annual fee. The total amount of payments received by APP in 2005 for these services totaled $483,335. We have been informed by APP that in fiscal 2005 it had annual gross revenues totaling approximately $13 million.

4/15/2005 Proxy Information

Brenda J. Gaines

Brenda Gaines serves on the board of directors of CNA Financial Corp. During fiscal year 2004 we paid $745,000 in premiums to insurance provider subsidiaries of CNA Financial for insurance policies we purchased from those subsidiaries. These payments represent less than 1 percent of CNA's 2004 revenues.

Karen M. Garrison

Karen Garrison serves on the board of directors of Standard Parking Corporation. During fiscal year 2004 we paid approximately $82,000 for parking services to Standard Parking. These payments represent less than 1 percent of Standard Parking's 2004 revenues.

Floyd D. Loop, M.D.

Dr. Loop served as the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Governors of The Cleveland Clinic Foundation (the "Foundation") from 1989 until October 2004, when he retired. Dr. Loop remains employed by the Foundation in a consulting capacity. On July 2, 2001, a partnership (the "Partnership") formed between one of our subsidiaries and the Foundation opened the Cleveland Clinic Florida Hospital in Weston, Florida. Our subsidiary provides operational and management expertise for the hospital. Under a medical services agreement between The Cleveland Clinic Florida (the "Clinic")—a subsidiary of the Foundation—and the Partnership, the Clinic provides clinical and medical administration and is the exclusive provider of all specialty medical staff for which it received fees of approximately $3.06 million during our fiscal year 2004. In addition, the Partnership paid the Clinic $1.52 million for services rendered under various agreements. For fiscal year 2004, the Partnership recorded net revenues of approximately $119.57 million, of which, approximately $45,000 and approximately $1.92 million, respectively, was received as partnership distributions by our subsidiary and the Foundation. We have been informed that for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2004, the Foundation had net patient and other revenues in excess of $3.8 billion.

Reynold Jennings

Mr. Jennings' brother-in-law, Mr. Wayne Pollard, is President of American Psychiatric Partners ("APP") and is one of four shareholders each of whom owns a 20% equity position in that company. The remaining 20% of the shares are held by APP as treasury stock. On June 1, 2004, APP renewed a management services agreement with Tenet's Atlanta Medical Center ("AMC"). Under the terms of this two-year agreement, APP provides AMC with staffing and management services for an AMC community outreach service program for an annual fee of approximately $439,000. We have been informed by APP that in fiscal 2004 it had annual gross revenues totaling approximately $12 million.

INVOLVEMENT IN CERTAIN LEGAL PROCEEDINGS

On April 1, 2002, Covanta Energy Corporation announced it had filed a voluntary petition for Chapter 11 reorganization with the United States Bankruptcy Court. Our Chief Financial Officer, Mr. Shapard, was serving as Covanta's Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at the time the petition was filed.

4/5/2004 Proxy Information

Jeffrey C. Barbakow served as Chairman of Tenet Healthcare Corporation from July 1993 untly July 2003 and served as Chief Executive Officer from June 1993 through May 2003.

Lawrence Biondi Biondi has been the President of the Saint Louis University ("SLU") since 1987. As a result of our 1998 acquisition of the SLU Hospital and related health care operations, we entered into several agreements with SLU, including a 30-year Academic Affiliation Agreement.

Sanford Cloud has been President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Conference for Community and Justice ("NCCJ") since 1994. In fiscal year 2000, The Tenet Healthcare Foundation committed to donate $500,000 over five years to NCCJ.

Dr. Loop has been the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Governors of The Cleveland Clinic Foundation (the "Foundation") since 1989. On July 2, 2001, a partnership (the "Partnership") formed between a subsidiary of the Company and the Foundation opened the Cleveland Clinic Florida Hospital in Weston, Florida. The Company's subsidiary provides operational and management expertise for the hospital. Under a medical services agreement between The Cleveland Clinic Florida (the "Clinic")—a subsidiary of the Foundation—and the Partnership, the Clinic provides clinical and medical administration and is the exclusive provider of all specialty medical staff for which it received fees of approximately $3.85 million during fiscal year 2003. In addition, the Partnership paid the Clinic $1.87 million for services rendered under various agreements. For fiscal year 2003, the Partnership recorded net revenues of approximately $119.164 million, of which $8.785 million and $10.94 million, respectively, was received as partnership distributions by the Company's subsidiary and the Foundation. In 2003, an affiliate of the Foundation purchased land from the Partnership for $3.475 million and the Partnership purchased equipment from an affiliate of the Foundation for $742,000. We have been informed by the Foundation that for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2003, the Foundation had net patient and other revenues of $3.5 billion.

Monica C. Lozano has served in executive officer positions of La Opinión since 2000. La Opinión is the largest Spanish language newspaper in the United States. During fiscal year 2003, several of the Company's Los Angeles area hospitals spent approximately $53,000 on advertisements in La Opinión. The Company's Los Angeles area hospitals have advertised in La Opinión for several years. We have been advised that the $53,000 in advertising revenues received from the Company's hospitals is a de minimis portion of La Opinión's total revenues.

Mr. Jennings' brother-in-law, Mr. Wayne Pollard, is President of American Psychiatric Partners ("APP") and owns a 20% equity position in that company. Mr. Pollard is one of five shareholders in APP, each of whom owns an equal portion of the equity. APP has a one-year contract with Tenet's Atlanta Medical Center ("AMC") that expires on May 31, 2004. Under the terms of this contract, APP provides AMC with staffing and management services for an AMC community outreach service program for an aggregate fee of $552,488. The contract will be renewed upon its expiration in May 2004 at an amount equal to or less than the current aggregate fee. We have been informed by APP that it has annual gross revenues totaling approximately $15 million.

6/6/2003 Proxy Information

Lawrence Biondi, S.J.

Fr. Biondi has been the President of the Saint Louis University ("SLU") since 1987. As a result of our 1998 acquisition of the SLU Hospital (the "Hospital") and related health care operations, we entered into several agreements with SLU, including a 30-year Academic Affiliation Agreement. For the 2002 Transition Period, we paid SLU approximately $16.4 million under the Academic Affiliation Agreement. The other agreements relate to certain services that SLU provides to the Hospital for which SLU receives a contracted service fee, and certain supplies and services that we and the Hospital provide to SLU, for which we and the Hospital receive contracted fees. We also entered into a master lease agreement with SLU for space leased by SLU to us and by us to SLU. For its fiscal year ended June 30, 2002, SLU had total revenues of $452 million, of which $146.5 was derived from health care operations. Approximately $31.1 million of SLU's health care operations' revenues came from the Hospital or from us pursuant to the foregoing agreements.

Pursuant to a Corporate Sponsorship Agreement between us and the SLU Athletic Department, we pay the Athletic Department $50,000 a year to be the exclusive health care provider for sponsorship of all Billiken Athletic events. Such sponsorship provides us with certain marketing rights and season tickets to certain athletic events.

Sanford Cloud, Jr.

Mr. Cloud has been President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Conference for Community and Justice ("NCCJ") since 1994. In fiscal year 2000, The Tenet Healthcare Foundation committed to donate $500,000 over five years to NCCJ to fund programs and activities to advance the mission of NCCJ. Eighty percent of Tenet's annual contribution goes to fund programs in NCCJ regional offices in locations where Tenet has hospitals. We have been informed that NCCJ received a total of $28.5 million of grants and contributions in its fiscal year ended August 31, 2002, only $100,000 of which came from Tenet, and Tenet made no other payments to NCCJ during the 2002 Transition Period.

Floyd D. Loop, M.D.

Dr. Loop has been the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of The Board of Governors of The Cleveland Clinic Foundation (the "Foundation") since 1990. On July 2, 2001, a partnership formed between a subsidiary of the Company and the Foundation opened the Cleveland Clinic Florida Hospital (the "Hospital") in Weston, Florida. The Company's subsidiary provides operational and management expertise for the Hospital. Under a medical services agreement between The Cleveland Clinic Florida (the "Clinic")—a subsidiary of the Foundation—and the partnership, the Clinic provides clinical and medical administration and is the exclusive provider of all specialty medical staff for which it received fees of approximately $1.841 million for the 2002 Transition Period. For the 2002 Transition Period, the Hospital recorded net revenues of approximately $55 million, of which $4.0 million and $5.3 million, respectively, was received as partnership distributions by the Company's subsidiary and the Foundation. We have been informed by the Foundation that for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2002, the Foundation had net patient and other revenues of $2.877 billion.

At the end of the 2002 Transition Period, the Foundation owned 1.5 percent of Broadlane. The Foundation acquired 500,000 shares from Broadlane at a purchase price of $5.71 per share, which Broadlane believes was the fair market value of such shares on the date of purchase.

Mónica C. Lozano

Ms. Lozano has been President and Chief Operating Officer of La Opinión since 2000. La Opinión is the largest Spanish-language newspaper in the United States. In the 2002 Transition Period, several of the Company's Los Angeles area hospitals spent approximately $81,000 on advertisements in La Opinión. The Company's Los Angeles area hospitals have advertised in La Opinión for several years. We have been advised that the $81,000 in advertising revenues received from the Company's hospitals is a de minimis portion of La Opinión's total revenues.

Trevor Fetter

Trevor Fetter was appointed President of the Company on November 7, 2002 and acting Chief Executive Officer of the Company on May 27, 2003. Mr. Fetter previously served as our Chief Financial Officer and Chief Corporate Officer in the Office of the President from 1996 to 2000, when he left to become chairman and chief executive officer of Broadlane, Inc. The terms of his current employment are memorialized in a letter dated November 7, 2002, that sets out Mr. Fetter's initial base salary, his target award percentage for purposes of annual bonus awards, his grant of stock options and his participation in our retirement, health and welfare and other benefit plans. Pursuant to the letter, we agreed to pay the selling costs of Mr. Fetter's San Francisco apartment and will make up (on an after-tax basis) any loss on the sale of that apartment based on the difference between the sale price and what Mr. Fetter paid for it plus documented capital improvements and other expenses. We also agreed to nominate Mr. Fetter to the board of directors of Broadlane. A copy of this letter was included as an exhibit to our Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarterly period ended November 30, 2002.

We entered into a restricted stock agreement with Mr. Fetter, dated January 21, 2003, pursuant to which we agreed to grant him two shares of restricted stock under our 2001 SIP for each share of our common stock purchased by Mr. Fetter in the open market, up to a maximum of 200,000 shares of restricted stock. On January 21, 2003, Mr. Fetter purchased 100,000 shares of our common stock and was granted 200,000 shares of restricted stock. Subject to Mr. Fetter retaining all of the 100,000 shares he purchased until all of the restricted stock has vested and his remaining continuously employed by us, one-third of the 200,000 shares of restricted stock will vest two years after the grant date, an additional one-third will vest three years after the grant date and the remaining one-third will vest four years after the grant date. A Form 4 reporting Mr. Fetter's purchase of shares and the grant of restricted stock was filed on January 22, 2003. A copy of the January 21, 2003 restricted stock agreement was included as an exhibit to our Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarterly period ended February 28, 2003.