HCA proposes building hospital in Virginia
The Hospital Corporation of America announced a proposal to build a hospital on Route 50 in Loudoun County, VA, apparently signaling the end of a long struggle with rival Inova Health System over its future in the growing area. StoneSpring Medical Center, which would be Loudoun's second hospital, would have 164 beds, including 124 acute-care beds, cost $195 million and open in December 2015. As recently as last month, HCA officials said they had "no plans" to build a hospital in the area.
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