Plans for TX medical campus going forward despite lawsuit
Representatives for the Lakeway Regional Medical Center and the proposed Lakeway Medical Village say plans for the 93-acre campus are moving forward despite a lawsuit recently filed by a former partner involved with the project. The hospital's chief executive officer, David Kreye, said last week the lawsuit likewise wouldn't affect the newly opened hospital, which is working on a marketing campaign to raise awareness about the facility. Houston resident Mark Smith, an original developer of the planned medical campus, filed the suit in late August against the Lakeway Regional Medical Center, Aqua Land Lakeway Medical Development LLC and Phin-Ker Ventures LLC.
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