The expansion will be subject to Certificate of Need approval by the West Virginia Health Care Authority.
What does WVHCA stand for?
WVHCA stands for West Virginia Health Care Authority (Charleston, WV)
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- Willamette Valley Hospice (Salem, OR)
- William Van Horne (US railway executive)
- West Valley Housing Authority (Dallas, OR)
- West Virginia Hospital Association
- West Volusia Hospital Authority (DeLand, FL)
- Wiltshire Village Halls' Association (UK)
- Windows Vista Hardware Assessment
- Windows Vista Home Basic (Microsoft operating system)
- West Virginia Highlands Conservancy
- West Virginia Humanities Council
- Wyoming Valley Health Care System
- West Virginia Housing Development Fund
- West Valley Heavy Events (Idaho)
- West Virginia Home Educators Association (est. 1986)
- West Virginia Hunter Education Association
- Wilhelmina Vooruit Hortus Eendracht Doet Winnen (The Netherlands, Amsterdam)
- West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission (Charleston, WV)
- Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity
- West Virginia Histories Homepage
- Wimberley Valley Habitat for Humanity (Texas; home-building volunteer organzation)
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About the West Virginia Health Information Network The West Virginia Health Information Network (WVHIN) was created under the oversight of the West Virginia Health Care Authority to promote the design, implementation, operation and maintenance of a fully interoperable statewide network to facilitate public and private use of health care information in the state.
On December 1, 2011 the West Virginia Health Care Authority rendered their decision to approve Highland's Certificate of Need (CON).
Today's announcement follows approval from the West Virginia Health Care Authority and culminates approximately eight months of review and due diligence.
One additional facility located in West Virginia is expected to be purchased effective upon review and approval of the West Virginia Health Care Authority Certificate of Need Division.
The transaction requires approval of the Certificate of Need by the West Virginia Health Care Authority.
The offer is being extended in order to allow additional time for Extendicare to obtain required approval from the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy and the West Virginia Health Care Authority of the change of ownership of Arbor.
Completion of the transaction is subject to customary closing conditions and approval by the West Virginia Health Care Authority.