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Prince George’s hospital project clears major hurdle, step closer to state approval

Maryland Health Care Commissioner Robert E. Moffit has recommended approval of the proposed Prince George’s County Regional Medical Center, clearing one of the last major hurdles in what has been a long and sometimes frustrating regulatory process for the project’s supporters.

Moffit issued his decision Friday in a letter stating that the project planners, Dimensions Health Care System and the University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS), had complied with all state criteria.

The project awaits a final decision from the 15-member commission later this month, but Moffit’s endorsement is a tacit guarantee that county, state and hospital officials could soon be breaking ground on the Largo lot set aside for the hospital three years ago.

Read the full article from The Washington Post.


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