Minnesota hospital sees regional role in its future
Minneapolis Star Tribune, January 21, 2008
Although Lakeview Hospital in Stillwater, MN, has long been a community facility, the 73-bed hospital is positioning itself to become a regional health center due to growth internally and externally. To prepare for a major expansion, hospital officials want a change from their current residential zoning status so they can more easily make changes to the building.
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