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- n. A legal document issued by a federal or state regulatory agency with authority over an area which affirms that a proposed acquisition, expansion, or creation of a facility falling under that authority is required to fulfill the needs of a community.
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The application from Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare to invest $137 million for a new hospital in Olive Branch is on the agenda for the July 29 Certificate of Need meeting at the
Bursell's plan touches on the battle in Alaska over the Certificate of Need process, which is designed to prevent duplicate or excessive health care facilities.
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