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Proposed hospital sites

For the past two years, two big hospital companies have been battling to get state approval to build a new facility in rapidly growing upper Montgomery County. If one of the projects gets chosen, it would be the first new hospital in the county in 30 years. [Correction: Earlier versions of this graphic, including in the print edition of the Post, incorrectly stated that, if a hospital is approved, it would be the first in Maryland in 30 years. In fact, it would be the first in Montgomery County in 30 years. This graphic has been corrected.]


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Panel backs Holy Cross's Montgomery hospital bid
Article | Maryland state regulators voted Thursday to grant permission to Holy Cross Hospital to build the first new hospital in Montgomery County in 30 years.
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Recommendation could come this week for Montgomery's first new hospital in 30 years
Article | Two health-care giants have spent the past two years waging a costly and intense battle to win state approval to build a new hospital in northern Montgomery County, the county's fastest-growing region.
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Battle over Md. hospital could be decided soon
Article | Two health-care giants have spent the past two years waging a costly and intense battle to win state approval to build a new hospital in northern Montgomery County, the county's fastest-growing region.

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