Published in Hospital Law Weekly, April 14th, 2005
The three-judge Court unanimously affirmed a lower court's ruling that the plaintiffs do not have legal standing to prevent Henry Ford from building the new hospital.
The plans to build a new hospital in West Bloomfield were made possible 2 years ago when the state Legislature passed legislation which allowed Detroit-based health systems that meet strict criteria to move a small percentage of beds within their health system. The bill was signed into law in December 2002.
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