The prospects of future development at the old Westhampton School site took a step forward on Monday. The Richmond Planning Commission voted to recommended approval of Bon Secours’ request to rezone the school’s 6 acres at 5800 Patterson Ave. The matter now needs City Council approval. Bon Secours filed the request in late May, as… Read more »
The co-founder and former CEO of defunct Richmond blood testing firm Health Diagnostic Laboratory has agreed to pay an eight-figure sum into the company’s bankruptcy estate, nearly three years to the day after it fell into Chapter 11.
Last Friday, VCU Health broke ground on its priciest project yet: a $349 million adult outpatient facility at the corner of North 10th and East Leigh streets that will add more than 1 million square feet to its campus.
With developer proposals in hand, the health system is looking to take another step toward deciding the fate of the long-dormant parcel.
Work is officially underway on the $119 million healthcare project in Short Pump.
A battle over inventions and patents of the defunct blood testing firm has come to an end, nearly three years after it collapsed into bankruptcy.
A clinic serving people with developmental disabilities is set to rise at the former Cloverleaf Mall site.
The healthcare system has continued its streak of absorbing Richmond-area practices, this time bringing 15,000 patients into its fold.
A jury in South Carolina has found Tonya Mallory liable for a share of $50 million in damages for defrauding Medicare and Tricare.
The firm, which handles scheduling and referrals, is celebrating its new digs while raising yet another round of capital for further growth.