Heartland Regn Med v. Leavitt, Michael O.

Plaintiff - Terminated Party: Heartland Hospital
Plaintiff - Appellant: Heartland Regional Medical Center, formerly known as Heartland Hospital
Defendant - Appellee: Michael O. Leavitt, in his official capacity as Secretary of Health and Human Services
Case Number: 04-5366
Filed: October 25, 2004
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit
Nature of Suit: Medicare

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July 13, 2005 Heartland Regn Med v. Leavitt, Michael O.

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Plaintiff - terminated party: Heartland Hospital
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Plaintiff - appellant: Heartland Regional Medical Center, formerly known as Heartland Hospital
Represented By: Christopher L. Crosswhite
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Defendant - appellee: Michael O. Leavitt, in his official capacity as Secretary of Health and Human Services
Represented By: Peter Douglas Keisler
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