Hilton Head Regional Medical Center

Patients at the hospital claim they received unlawful heart catheterizations between 1997 and 2000 and seek costs and damages for cardiac procedures forbidden by the state of South Carolina. According to the lawsuit, the hospital violated SC Department of Health and Environmental Control regulations by performing therapeutic catheterizations without having an open heart surgery unit. The suit accuses the hospital of violating the state's Unfair Trade Practices Act by performing unlawful and unauthorized therapeutic catheterizations. Hilton Head Regional Medical Center allegedly received substantial payments and profited from the procedures.

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