NC DHSR HPCON: Certificate of Need

The North Carolina Certificate of Need law prohibits health care providers from acquiring, replacing, or adding to their facilities and equipment, except in specified circumstances, without the prior approval of the Department of Health and Human Services. Prior approval is also required for the initiation of certain medical services. The law restricts unnecessary increases in health care costs and limits unnecessary health services and facilities based on geographic, demographic and economic considerations. The fundamental premise of the CON law is that increasing health care costs may be controlled by governmental restrictions on the unnecessary duplication of medical facilities. A CON is required before any upgrading or expansion of existing health service facilities or services, which involves a capital expenditure above specified minimums. Administration of the CON law is entrusted to the Department of Health and Human Services. The Certificate of Need Section in the department’s Division of Health Service Regulation is responsible for its implementation.

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Nelson G. Harris

Nelson G. Harris, serves clients having litigation needs anywhere in North Carolina. His primary practice areas are commercial and civil litigation including disputes involving real property ownership and development, commercial leases, breach of contract, construction litigation, and foreclosures. Nelson is admitted to practice before all Courts of the State of North Carolina, the United States District Courts for the Eastern, Middle and Western Districts of North Carolina, and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. Nelson was born in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and moved to Raleigh with his family, in 1969. Nelson attended school through High School in Raleigh, securing his diploma from Father George B. S. Hale High School, in 1980. Nelson attended North Carolina State University, graduating in 1983 with a Bachelor of Science in Economics, magna cum laude. Nelson attended the University of North Carolina from 1983 through 1989, securing his Master of Science in Economics in 1988, and his Juris Doctor, with Honors, in 1989.

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Raleigh, North Carolina Lawyer

He attended N.C State with hopes of becoming a scientist and then decided to study politics and philosophy. Scott graduated with highest honors in 1990 with double-major in political science and philosophy and for a brief time he considered graduate school in philosophy to be followed by a career teaching. While at N.C. State he took a part-time job at a law office that did family law and quickly decided to go to law school and come back to that office and practice family law in Raleigh. In 1994 he graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law with his Juris Doctor degree and returned to Raleigh to be a divorce lawyer. Scott has limited his practice primarily to divorce law since 1994. He has handled cases in many counties around North Carolina, has argued successfully before the Court of Appeals, and has appeared in Federal Court. Scott is an experienced and trusted litigator and negotiator. He is also a trained mediator and has been involved in many private arbitrations.

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Wake County, NC Divorce & Family Law Firm

Welcome to our web site, and thank you for taking the time to learn more about our firm. For years our staff has been practicing all aspects of family law, filing appeals, representing the convicted in appeals and post-conviction matters, preparing simple wills, and associating with a prestigious Raleigh PI firm to handle personal injury matters. We apply rigorous energy, experience, and resourcefulness to every project we accept; our staff is dedicated to your success. We measure our success by our client’s satisfaction with the outcome of his or her legal case. First and foremost we help our clients understand their legal rights. We also strive to help our clients achieve contentment with their non-legal choices and with the impact that those choices have on the other individuals involved with and in their legal morass. If you seek a firm that will be guided by your wisdom while guiding you andadvising you with legal knowledge, experience, and even emotional intelligence, you have found the firm which will serve your needs.

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Kelly Thompson Family Law

Kelly and her husband Robert are both originally from West Virginia. They met many years ago at West Virginia University where they enjoyed arguing with one another in class. After a short stint in Charleston, West Virginia, Kelly and Robert moved to Raleigh 14 years ago. Robert runs a Echoboom, a digital marketing company dedicated to reaching and influencing members of Generation Y. In 2011, the Thompsons welcomed their 1st son, Robbie. In July 2017, they welcomed their newest addition to the family, Benjamin! While in school she worked for Professor Richard Lord as a Williston Scholar and tutored other students as a Teaching Scholar. Kelly was also a member of Law Review and clerked with the Mast Law Firm in Smithfield. Kelly has always been interested in family law and has exclusively devoted her practice to that area of the law. Kelly is a history buff who loves all things British. She plans to pursue a doctorate in history just for fun. Kelly also enjoys running and biking and spending time with her family.

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