Middle Tennessee Rehabilitation Hospital LLC filed the appeals within the required 15 days from the time a decision is taken by the Health Services and Development Agency.
Members of the agency, which reviews health care projects in the state, voted 5-3 to approve HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Williamson County.
Separately, a 4-4 tie in a vote on Middle Tennessee Rehabilitation meant that project didnt receive approval.
Only one hospital could be approved based on a state analysis of health-care needs.
Middle Tennessee Rehabilitation, whose partners include medical properties developer O.B. McCoin and consultant Patricia Greenberg, wants both of its appeals reviewed together.Comments | Share your thoughts »Related StoriesMore Business News headlinesSolar company to set up assembly operations in Spring HillAuto insurer Direct General names new CEOTax holiday on overseas profits could benefit TN businessesSupreme Court could block Wal-Mart sex-bias lawsuitFCC Commissioner Robert McDowell in Nashville next weekSelected for you by a sponsor:ADVERTISEMENT
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