Cape Cod Healthcare nixes plan for outpatient campus

Currently, the 40-acre school has one Cape Cod Healthcare structure that opened in 2012. It is the 23,500-square-foot Wilkens Outpatient Medical Complex/Cuda Womens Health Center..

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Cape Cod Healthcare has actually partnered with property designer New England Development to discover a various use of the residential or commercial property. Particularly, the system is proposing New England Development use about 32 acres to establish a big store and 3 structures holding up to 270 property systems.
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Cape Cod Healthcare authorities said federal regulations have made it too pricey to continue constructing the outpatient complex..
” Cape Cod Healthcare could stagnate services to a brand-new area and still be covered under the health centers license due to our large federal government payer mix– it made it expensive to do so,” Cape Cod Healthcare authorities informed The Patriot Ledger..

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Now, Cape Cod Healthcare is deserting plans to develop the full outpatient campus..

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Wednesday, September 30th, 2020
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Mentioning federal regulatory modifications, Cape Cod Healthcare has actually nixed its strategy to develop an outpatient school in Hyannis, Mass., according to The Patriot Ledger.

Cape Cod Healthcare, situated in Barnstable, Mass., reached a contract in 2003 with the Cape Cod Commission to develop a 263,000-square-foot outpatient medical complex with up to five buildings on a 40-acre website in Hyannis.