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The Ensign Group, Inc. Reports Second Quarter 2008 Earnings of $.32 per Diluted Share and Raises 2008 Guidance
Date:8/6/2008

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2008 Guidance Update

With the strong performance over the first half of the year, and the recently-announced 3.4% Medicare market basket update which is scheduled to go into effect on October 1, 2008, Ensign has updated revenue guidance for the remainder of fiscal 2008. Management now expects consolidated revenue of $463 million to $467 million for 2008, up from the previous range of $454 million to $458 million, and is increasing guidance for fully diluted net earnings per share for 2008 from the previous range of $1.27 to $1.32 to a new range of $1.30 to $1.35. This guidance is based upon diluted weighted average common shares outstanding of 21,000,000 shares and assumes, among other things, no additional acquisitions or dispositions and a continued stable Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement environment.

Recent Highlights

The company recently opened the newly-completed 32-bed rehabilitation wing at Park Manor Rehabilitation Center, its outstanding skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility in Walla Walla, Washington. The new $3.2 million addition brings the total number of licensed and operating beds at Park Manor to 109, with 10 new private rooms and 11 new semi-private rooms. In conjunction with the addition, the existing facility is being updated and remodeled, and two three-bed wards in the existing building have been reconfigured to more comfortably serve two patients each, for a net gain of 30 new operational beds. With the project's completion, eight existing beds which had been listed as non-operational during the construction project are back in service as well.

The 14,000 square foot expansion also includes a state-of-the-art outpatient therapy facility for providing physical, speech and occupational therapy to both Park Manor residents and non-resident rehabilitation patients from across the greater TriCities community. The rehab gym, with its indoor in-ground
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