Inpatient Projects: TriStar Centennial finds opposition to its $96.2M joint center in Nashville

NASHVILLE, TENN. – TriStar Centennial Medical Center’s plan for a $96.2 million expansion hasn’t gone unnoticed, most notably by a competing hospital in Nashville.

While TriStar Centennial, part of Nashville-based HCA Holdings Inc., recently submitted an application for a Certificate of Need (CON) to the Tennessee Health Services and Development Agency, competitor Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital is fighting the proposal. TriStar’s plan calls for adding 29 beds to its Joint Replacement Center as well as a renovation of the hospital’s emergency room. As a result of the expansion, the hospital would have a total of 686 beds.

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