Mississippi CON Report - February 11, 2013

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In this report:

-I. January 31, 2012 - Mississippi Certificate of Need Meeting

-II. Certificate of Need Program Report – Filings/Reports Since December 2012 CON Meeting

Excerpt from Mississippi Certificate of Need Meeting:

During the January Certificate of Need meeting, Dr. Mary Currier, State Health Officer, concurred with the Health Policy & Planning staff analyses and approved the following applications for Certificate of Need:

1. CON Review: NH-CO-1012-017 – Greenbriar Nursing Center – Cost Overrun to CON #0810 (Relocation of 46 LTC Beds From Azalea Gardens to Greenbriar Nursing Center) Location: D’Iberville, Harrison County, Mississippi – Approved Capital Expenditure: $2,804,248 – Additional Capital Expenditure: $500,090 – Revised Capital Expenditure: $3,304,338 – Staff Recommendation:

Approval

2. CON Review: HG-CO-1012-018 – St. Dominic-Jackson Memorial Hospital – Cost Overrun to CON #0840 (Renovation for the Creation of a Hybrid Operation Room) Location: Jackson, Hinds County, Mississippi – Approved Capital Expenditure: $2,679,601 – Additional Capital Expenditure: $1,077,699 – Revised Capital Expenditure: $3,757,270 – Staff Recommendation: Approval

The next Certificate of Need monthly meeting will be held on February 28, 2013, at 11:00 a.m.

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