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Hospital conversion trend fits Maryland’s health goals

The decision by three Maryland hospitals to close and convert to a smaller medical center fits with the state’s health goals and comes at a critical time for hospitals with aging infrastructure and dwindling admissions. “I think something to watch ...

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Md. regulators approve Laurel Hospital conversion

The Maryland Health Care Commission Thursday granted a historic exemption from certificate of need to University of Maryland Laurel Regional Hospital, which cleared a regulatory hurdle as it converts to a smaller-scale facility. Laurel Regional Hospital became the first hospital ...

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UM Laurel Hospital files plan for $50 million medical center

The University of Maryland Laurel Regional Hospital has filed a $50 million plan with the Maryland Health Care Commission as it seeks to convert its operations into a medical center. The hospital will seek a Request for Certificate of Need ...

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