Bon Secours’ Virginia ER Proposal Approved; HCA’s Rejected

The Virginia Department of Health has approved a proposed Bon Secours freestanding emergency center in Hanover County while at the same time rejecting a similar plan from HCA Healthcare in the area, per Becker’s.

The $25 million Bon Secours facility is expected to open by the end of 2025.

The decision is another blow in the area for Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA, which has also had a proposal to build a new hospital in the area rejected. HCA had proposed a 60-bed, $234 million hospital, but that plan was shut down early October.

In addition, HCA is struggling to get freestanding emergency centers approved in North Carolina.

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