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Three health care-related projects receive CONs

AROUND MISSISSIPPI — The Mississippi State Department of Health has issued certificates of need (CONs) for three projects. Universal Health System (d/b/a Parkwood Behavioral Health System) in Olive Branch has received a CON for the construction, renovation and addition of 20 acute adult psychiatric beds. These beds will be housed in new construction to be […] [...]

New CONs issued for health care project cost overruns

D’IBERVILLE and JACKSON — The Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) has issued certificates of need (CONs) for two projects. Greenbriar Nursing Center of D’Iberville has received a CON for the cost overrun to CON #0810 — relocation of 46 long-term care beds from Azalea Gardens Nursing Center. The approved capital expenditure for this project […] [...]

Coast hospital gets CON to build new facility

BILOXI — Harrison HMA, LLC, d/b/a Gulf Coast Medical Center, has received certificate of need (CON) authority for the construction, relocation and replacement of the existing Gulf Coast Medical Center, currently located 300 yards from the Gulf of Mexico. The proposed project will relocate the 144-bed acute care facility four miles north of the coastline […] [...]

Health Department awards CON to Anderson Regional

by MBJ Staff Published: August 31,2012

Tags: bed, certificate of need, health, health care, hospital, law, medical, medicine, state agency, state government

MERIDIAN — The Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) issued a certificate of need (CON) to Anderson Regional Medical Center (South Campus). The CON gives the hospital authority to utilize 25 of its acute-care beds as swing beds. The proposed project requires no new construction and/or renovation and no new personnel. There is no capital […] [...]

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