Nightime Pediatrics Clinics will be profitable this year, and most of the money it makes will be used to fund further growth and development, company founder and president Dr. Rodney A. Pollary said Monday.

In a story in the Aug. 16 Deseret News, Pollary indicated the company was expecting to make a 10 to 15 percent profit this year.Pollary said Monday that the company, which runs five after-hours pediatric clinics along the Wasatch Front, will be profitable this year. But the figures he used initially may have overstated the profitability, he said, and the company plans to direct profits into expansion efforts.