Sides await ruling on Spring Hill, TN, hospital
The Tennessean, August 20, 2009
Plans for a 56-bed hospital in Spring Hill, TN, are still on hold as parties involved in a three-year debate wait for a decision from a judge in Davidson County Chancery Court. At issue are plans for a hospital proposed by the HCA Tri-Star Health System. Officials at Williamson Medical Center in Franklin and Maury Regional Hospital in Columbia oppose the proposal and have been fighting it in court.
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