Vanderbilt appeals state’s rejection of Murfreesboro hospital

Vanderbilt University Medical Center has appealed the choice. It seeks to construct a 48-bed facility with a catheterization lab and neonatal extensive care unit..

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Nashville, Tenn.-based Vanderbilt University Medical Center is battling the states decision to decline its application to develop a healthcare facility in Murfreesboro, Tenn., according to The Murfreesboro Post.

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The Tennessee Health Services and Development Agency voted Aug. 26 to reject the medical centers certificate of need application for the brand-new healthcare facility. At the exact same conference, the company authorized Nashville-based Ascension Saint Thomas strategy to develop a $25 million microhospital in the exact same city..