Jackson, Miss. – The Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) announces the issuance of a Certificate of Need (CON) for the following project:
RCG Southaven, LLC d/b/a Renal Care Group Senatobia
Establishment of Satellite ESRD Facility
RCG Southaven, LLC d/b/a Renal Care Group Senatobia received Certificate of Need (CON) authority today to establish a 10-station satellite End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) facility in Tate County. The proposed project will relocate stations from RCG Southaven, an affiliated 50-station ESRD facility.
The proposed capital expenditure for this project $3,160,416.25.
RCG Mississippi, Inc. d/b/a RCG of Meridian
Expansion of Stations at Existing ESRD Facility
RCG Mississippi, Inc. d/b/a RCG of Meridian received Certificate of Need (CON) authority today for the expansion of its existing End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) facility by 10 stations. The facility currently operates 64 hemodialysis stations. This proposed addition will replace the 10 stations relocated to the Lauderdale County Dialysis satellite facility.
The proposed capital expenditure for this project $36,508.23.
Bedford Care Center – Warren Hall, LLC d/b/a Bedford Care Center – Picayune
Amendment and Cost Overrun to CON R-0643 (CON Review NH-RLS-0304-003): 120-Bed Nursing Home Replacement Facility
Bedford Care Center – Warren Hall, LLC d/b/a Bedford Care Center – Picayune received Certificate of Need (CON) authority on September 6, 2017, for the amendment and cost overrun to CON R-0643 (CON Review NH-RLS-0304-003) to replace and relocate its 120-bed nursing home (Bedford-Picayune) from Forrest County to Pearl River County.
The original proposed capital expenditure for this project was $6,530,500; the additional proposed capital expenditure is $7,637,248, making the revised total capital expenditure for this project $14,167,748.
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.
Public notices prior to CON approval are available online at HealthyMS.com/con.
The department’s staff analysis for each Certificate of Need application is published online at HealthyMS.com/con.
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