Vanderbilt proposal gets OK in Spring Hill, TN
Representatives of HCA Inc. and a partnership of Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Maury Regional Hospital squared off before a Tennessee agency over rival proposals to offer cancer therapy in Spring Hill. The Vanderbilt proposal, which calls for a $7.4 million facility, was approved by a 10-0 vote. The healthcare review panel rejected the HCA's rival project by a 6-4 vote.
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