Health Care

Apr 23, 2019

Finding a SAFE space

  When victims of domestic violence in the Charlotte area find themselves in all too familiar moments of crisis, Karen Parker and the team at SAFE Alliance hope they know […]

Feb 12, 2015

Safety on the job: AGC and DOL look to ramp up construction safety efforts

A state contractors’ group is taking action to better educate construction workers about safety on the job in response to an increased number of construction deaths in 2014. There were […]

Feb 14, 2014

Construction safety coalition slams OSHA’s proposed silica rule

The Construction Industry Safety Coalition last week issued a stern denouncement of a rule proposed by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration aimed to reduce silica exposure. According to the […]

Sep 30, 2013

DOMA guidance could spur new litigation wave

Ever since the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a statutory provision banning the recognition of same-sex marriages for federal purposes in June, business owners and their attorneys have been awaiting guidance from federal agencies as to how that ruling would change rules governing everything from tax exemptions to employment medical leave.

Sep 16, 2013

Despite delay, clock is ticking for health care employment mandate

Businesses got a temporary reprieve in July when the Obama administration announced a yearlong delay in the enforcement of the federal requirement that employers provide health care coverage to workers or pay a fine. But even though the Affordable Care Act’s “shared responsibility” employer mandate — also known as the “pay or play” provision — won’t go into effect until January 20[...]

Dec 6, 2011

Trinity Capital 
Partners purchases 
Ballantyne property

Charlotte-based Trinity Capital Partners is betting on a medical-related real estate recuperation with its latest acquisition. The company has purchased the loan secured by 7825 Ballantyne Commons Parkway. The purchase […]

Nov 5, 2011

CHS gets state backing for $33M 

A proposed 66-bed psychiatric-care facility that spawned nasty exchanges between Mecklenburg County officials and Carolinas HealthCare System has won state approval. The roughly $33 million, 71,700-square-foot project would be built […]

Oct 21, 2011

Carolinas HealthCare System plans million of dollars in 

Carolinas HealthCare System could be spending millions on renovation projects throughout the Charlotte area. This week, CHS filed three certificate of need applications with the North Carolina Division of Health […]

Oct 14, 2011

Catawba Valley Medical Center undergoing $32.5M expansion

In a roughly $32.5 million construction project, Catawba Valley Medical Center in Hickory is adding an oncology pavilion and women’s center. The center and pavilion will be an 82,440-square-foot structure […]

Sep 20, 2011

Carolinas HealthCare seeks state OK 
for projects

Carolinas HealthCare System announced Friday that it has filed two certificate of need applications to build health care pavilions on the campus of Carolinas Medical Center-Morrocroft and near the intersection […]

Aug 26, 2011

Church wins 
rezoning for 
dental facility

The Charlotte City Council has approved the rezoning of 1.66 acres at 7841 Idlewild Road. New Hope Baptist Church sought the zoning change from residential (R-4) to institutional. The church […]

Jul 29, 2011

FDA: Tests of Tucker Adkins Dairy milk negative for bacteria

Tests of raw milk samples from York, S.C.-based Tucker Adkins Dairy have come back negative for the bacteria that causes campylobacteriosis, Food and Drug Administration spokeswoman Stephanie Yao said. Earlier this […]

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