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State Health Officer Announces Certificate of Need Decisions

June 30, 2016
 
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Jackson, Miss. – The Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) announces the issuance of a Certificate of Need (CON) for the following projects.

 

Baptist Memorial Hospital – Desoto, Inc.
Southaven, Mississippi
Emergency Department Addition

Baptist Memorial Hospital – Desoto Inc., received Certificate of Need (CON) authority for the addition to its emergency department. The proposed project involves new construction of approximately 25,000 square feet for the first and second floors and the renovation of 13,500 square feet of existing space on the second floor.

The total capital expenditure for this project is $19,204,530.


Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare
Olive Branch, Mississippi
Construction of Medical Office Building

Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare (“Methodist”) received Certificate of Need (CON) authority to construct a 23,400 square foot medical office building on property owned by the hospital and located in proximity to the Methodist Healthcare Olive Branch Hospital.

The total capital expenditure for this project is $6,568,860.


Shearer-Richardson Memorial Nursing Home
Okolona, Mississippi
Phase III Renovations and Additions

Shearer-Richardson Memorial Nursing Home received Certificate of Need (CON) authority for Phase III renovations and additions to the facility. The proposed project will include the addition of 5,450 square feet of new construction and renovation of 10,395 square feet of existing space.

The total capital expenditure for this project is $3,409,260.


RCG Mississippi, Inc., d/b/a RCG of Meridian d/b/a, Lauderdale County Dialysis
Meridian, Mississippi
Establishment of Satellite ESRD Facility

RCG Mississippi, Inc., d/b/a RCG of Meridian, d/b/a Lauderdale County Dialysis, received Certificate of Need (CON) authority to establish a 10-station satellite End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) on New Way in Meridian, approximately 3.5 miles from the host facility, RCG of Meridian.

The total capital expenditure for this project is $3,717,886.96.


RCG Mississippi Inc., d/b/a RCG of Philadelphia, d/b/a Neshoba County Dialysis
Philadelphia, Mississippi
Establishment of Satellite ESRD Facility

RCG Mississippi Inc., d/b/a RCG of Philadelphia, d/b/a Neshoba County Dialysis received Certificate of Need (CON) authority to establish a 10-station satellite End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) facility in Neshoba County. The proposed project will be relocated from RCG Philadelphia, an affiliated 39-station ESRD facility.

The total capital expenditure for this project is $4,114,560.65.


Mississippi's Certificate of Need process is a fundamental component of the state's health planning and health regulatory activities. In managing the Certificate of Need process, the Department seeks to improve the health of Mississippi residents; to increase accessibility, acceptability, continuity and quality of health services; to prevent unnecessary duplication of health resources; and to provide some cost containment.

The MSDH has administered the Certificate of Need program since July 1986. Since then, more than 1,400 Certificate of Need applications have been reviewed, representing total capital expenditures of approximately $5 billion. The next Certificate of Need monthly meeting will be July 28, 2016, at the MSDH offices in Jackson.

The department’s staff analysis for each Certificate of Need application is published online at www.HealthyMS.com.

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