St. Vincent’s gets final OK for Clay County, FL, hospital
Jacksonville Business Journal, June 4, 2008
The Florida Agency for Health Care Administration has given final approval to St. Vincent's HealthCare for a certificate of need to build a new 98-bed hospital in Clay County, FL. The order was handed down almost six months after an administrative law judge recommended St. Vincent's get the certificate of need for the hospital, beating out Baptist Health and HCA-owned Orange Park Medical Center.
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