If the process for selling BJC Medical Center to Tennessee-based Restoration Healthcare goes as scheduled, Georgia Attorney General Thurbert Baker will hold a public hearing on the subject Nov. 16.
That’s by no means a sure thing, but the process grinds slowly forward and could be completed by the end of the year.
Officials of BJC Medical Center and Restoration Healthcare expect to submit a 2,500-page document to Georgia attorney general Thurbert Baker this week. Baker must approve the sale before it can take place.
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