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Grant v. Magnolia Manor-Greenwood, Inc.

... South Carolina at Greenwood, LLC; THI of South Carolina, LLC; THI of Baltimore Management, Inc.; THI Holdings, LLC; Trans Healthcare, Inc; ABE ... arising between the parties in any way arising out of, pertaining to or in connection with the provision of health care services, any ...

DEPT. OF SOC. SER. v. LISA C.

... fell with the ambit of persons covered by the statute as either a health care provider or ... be disregarded by categorizing 414 Dr. Reyes as both a therapist and a healthcare provider ... While mental health is undoubtedly part of a child's overall well-being, the legislature separated the ...

MRI AT BELFAIR, LLC v. SCDHEC

... (2) projections of need for additional health care facilities, beds, health services, and equipment; ... [4]. Appellant also argues that the Board's order should be reversed because there is no statutory basis to treat hospitals differently from other health care facilities. We disagree. ...