South Carolina hospital buys land for expansion

The board of Orangeburg, S.C.-based Regional Medical Center agreed to buy a 6.5-acre plot of land for an expansion, according to The Times and Democrat. 

The land, located in St. Matthews, S.C., will cost $180,000. 

The medical center said it would likely construct a building on the land that houses a physician's practice, among other healthcare services.

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