HCA executive answers questions on plans for new Virginia hospital
Washington Post, May 5, 2008
HCA, Inc. has plans for building Broadlands Regional Medical Center in Ashburn, VA, which would become the second such medical center in the county. Proponents of the facility say a new hospital is needed in the fast-growing county, while opponents say HCA has chosen the wrong location because the site is less than five miles from Inova Loudoun Hospital. Margaret Lewis, president of HCA's Capital Division, was recently online to answer questions and talk about the proposal. This Washington Post article transcribes her answers to the various questions.
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