13 New Proposals for Ambulatory Surgery Centers
The Batavia (N.Y.) school board has accepted a proposal from Reed Batavia Properties to turn a former school administrative building into an eye surgery center. If the bid is passed by voters in September, the deal could be finalized in October.
Physicians in Newark, Del., have proposed a two-story medical office building that would include a surgery center if approved by the New Castle County Council.
New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City has proposed plans to construct a 15-story ambulatory center.
Sansum Clinic in Santa Barbara, Calif., plans to build an ambulatory surgery center as part of a proposed medical center spanning two buildings.
Connecticut Children's Medical Center has announced plans to build an 18,321-square-foot, $10 million surgery center in Farmington, Conn., that will include up to four operating rooms. If approved by the Office of Health Care Access, construction could begin in February.
Earlier this year, the Specialty Surgery Center submitted a certificate of need to the Mississippi State Department of Health for an orthopedic-driven ASC in Southaven, Miss.
Members of the Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board were expected to consider a proposal for a new pain management surgery center in Lisle, Ill.
Henry Ford Health System announced its plans to consider a surgical center in Detroit as part of expansion plans for the hospital.
The surgeons at Grate Lakes Surgical Associates in Lockport, N.Y., sought approval from the Department of Health for a new multispecialty surgery center.
Minneapolis-based Fairview Health Services and the University of Minnesota announced plans to collaborate on a $182 million surgery center, with construction expected to begin in the fall of 2013.
Wisconsin-based ThedaCare announced plans to construct a ThedaCare Medical Center in Shawano, Wis., next year, which will include the Shawano Surgery Center.
Virginia Urology, based in Richmond, Va., has sought approval to build a new $3.7 million surgery center in Colonel Heights.
Inverness, Fla.-based Citrus Memorial Health System has announced long term improvements for the hospital that would include construction of a new surgery center.
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