Loudoun County, VA, to get new hospital; it will just take a while

Washington Post, May 12, 2010

After an eight-year battle over who should dominate its growing healthcare market, Loudoun County, VA, will get a major hospital at its southern end. But the 164-bed facility won't break ground for more than a year and will take at least five years to build, officials said. Richmond, VA-based Hospital Corp. of America must submit site plans and seek other county approvals for StoneSpring Regional Medical Center, and it will not open until December 2015, the Washington Post reports.


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