10 Recent Acquisitions of ASCs
IMA Endoscopy SurgiCenter in Merriville, Ind., announced it will be acquired by Indiana’s Methodist Hospitals which will co-manage the center.
Cleveland Clinic acquired Marymount Ambulatory Surgery Center in Garfield Heights, Ohio, for $10.9 million earlier this year.
Southwestern Eye Center in Mesa, Ariz., has acquired Southwest Eye Clinics in Las Cruces and Santa Teresa, N.M.
Physicians Endoscopy acquired North Bergen, N.J.-based Ambulatory Center for Endoscopy and Colonoscopy at Palisades Medical Center.
Elgin (Ill.) Gastroenterology Endoscopy Center recently sold minority interest to Physicians Endoscopy.
Physicians Endoscopy also acquired minority interest in the Endoscopy Center of Robinswood in Hagerstown, Md.
ASC management company Symbion acquired 60 percent of St. Louis Women’s Surgery Center for $7.6 million.
Scottsdale Healthcare & Sovereign Healthcare acquired majority ownership of Biltmore Surgical Center in Phoenix.
Middlesex Hospital in Middletown, Conn., has taken steps to acquire Shoreline Colonoscopy Suites which had operated as a freestanding, physician-owned ASC.
Hackensack University Medical Center has acquired Hackensack Endoscopy Center and Endoscopy Center of Bergen County, and along with United Surgical Partners International will partner with physicians to own and operate a network of ASCs in the region.
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