Plan to replace shuttered Missouri hospital wins approval

Main Street HealthVentures, a Billionaires Funding Group affiliate, announced strategies in late June to take apart the aging health center and build a $25 million replacement center.

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The Missouri Facilities Review Committee approved a certificate of requirement application for the replacement facility today..

It will likewise have an emergency clinic, urgent care center, surgical suites and a scientific laboratory..

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The health center is slated to open in 2022.

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The new health center will feature 49 beds, consisting of 37 adult acute beds, six pediatric intense beds and six intensive care unit beds.

Franklin, Tenn.-based Community Health System closed the 116-bed Twin Rivers Regional Medical Center in June 2018..

A project to build a 49-bed healthcare facility to replace the shuttered Twin Rivers Regional Medical Center in Kennett, Mo., was approved Sept. 14, according to Missourinet.