Carolinas Medical Center wins approval for ER
Charlotte Observer, February 29, 2008
North Carolina regulators have approved Carolinas Medical Center-NorthEast's plan for a $17.2 million, 24-hour emergency department in Kannapolis. The center will house 10 treatment bays, two observation beds, imaging equipment such as X-ray and ultrasound machines, a lab and pharmacy operations. CMC rival Novant is also seeking approval from the state Certificate of Need Section to build a $107 million, 50-bed hospital in the town.
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