HCA hires Children’s National Medical Center to help with embattled hospital
Hospital Corporation of America and Children's National Medical Center have announced they will collaborate on staffing, training and equipment for pediatric care at a proposed hospital in Virginia if the project is approved. Children's National will help design Broadlands Regional Medical Center's pediatric emergency room, which will be outfitted with specialized equipment and staff to serve newborns, infants, and teenagers. The partnership comes two months after HCA resubmitted its land-use application to Loudon County, VA, for its planned 24-hour, 164-bed hospital.
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