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SC Administrative Law Court - Contact, 28 Oct 2014 [cached]
Phillip Lenski Administrative Law Judge
In a ruling released Tuesday, judge ..., 1 April 2014 [cached]
In a ruling released Tuesday, judge Phillip Lenski overturned a decision by the state Department of Health and Environmental Control to award a certificate of need to Carolinas HealthCare of Charlotte, parent company of Carolinas Medical...','', 300)" onmouseout="hideddrivetip()">Piedmont Medical Center awarded right to build Fort Mill hospital
On March 31, Judge Phillip ..., 20 May 2014 [cached]
On March 31, Judge Phillip Lenski gave PMC the required certificate of need, ruling that if Carolinas HealthCare built a Fort Mill hospital it would adversely affect the Rock Hill hospital and other independent physicians in York County financially and affect the quality of medical care offered.
Carolinas HealthCare asked Lenski to reconsider his decision.
Earlier this month, Lenski vacated his order giving PMC permission to build, pending a decision on Carolinas HealthCares request.
Because Lenski vacated his order, the 30-day rule may not apply.
PMC officials had started updating their plans for a 100-bed hospital at the intersection of S.C. 160 and U.S. 21 Business after Lenski awarded them the needed certificate of need.
After hearing arguments from PMC and Carolinas HealthCare, Lenski awarded the certificate of need to PMC.
Attorneys for Carolinas ..., 15 April 2014 [cached]
Attorneys for Carolinas HealthCare, the parent company of Carolinas Medical Center, argued in an appeal filed last week that by ruling in favor of PMC, Judge Phillip Lenski "unconstitutionally engaged in economic protectionism that violates the dormant Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution and the basic tenets of the free market system."
On April 1, Lenski overturned a 2011 decision by the state Department of Health and Environmental Control that gave CMC permission to build the Fort Mill hospital. Lenski said allowing the Charlotte-based hospital system to build the Fort Mill hospital would cause Piedmont economic harm, reduce the number of Piedmont patients, and affect the Rock Hill hospital's ability to provide quality healthcare.
Under the state's certificate of need program, Lenski was allowed to consider economic harm to Piedmont in determining who should build the hospital. But attorneys for Carolinas HealthCare argue Lenski placed too much weight on the issue.
The appeal says "the entire basis of (Judge Lenski's) order is to protect Piedmont from perceived adverse effects of competition from an out-of-state hospital and to reduce the number of South Carolina residents who voluntarily seek healthcare from Carolinas HealthCare hospitals in North Carolina."
When Administrative Law Court judge ..., 11 April 2014 [cached]
When Administrative Law Court judge Phillip Lenski gave permission to build a Fort Mill hospital to Piedmont Medical Center one of the reasons he cited was to not do so would cause potential economic harm to that hospital.
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