Planners vote yes on new HCA Virginia hospital
Washington Post, December 1, 2008
The Loudoun County (VA) Planning Commission has narrowly recommended approval of HCA Virginia's plan to build a 164-bed hospital in Broadlands. The final decision rests with the Board of Supervisors. In a 5 to 4 vote, the commission recommended that HCA be permitted to construct a 24-hour acute-care hospital, the Broadlands Regional Medical Center. Supervisors will weigh HCA's application for a zoning special exception at a Jan. 14 meeting.
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