22 New Surgery Center Openings & AnnouncementsHere are 22 new surgery centers opened or announced over the past few months.
Advanced Center for Surgery in Altoona, Pa., a 12,500-square-foot multispecialty surgery center opened in June.
The Air Force opened its first ambulatory surgery center in the National Capital Region, Malcolm Grow Medical Clinic located at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland.
Avera Sacred Heart Hospital has completed a new 20,000-square-foot, $8 million surgery center that has six operating rooms.
A group of 24 physicians formed a partnership with WakeMed Health & Hospitals to open the Capital City Surgery Center in Raleigh, N.C., set to open next month.
Connecticut Children's Medical Center plans to build a new $10 million, 18,321-square-foot surgery center that would include four operating rooms for outpatient surgery.
The Digestive and Liver Center of Florida opened the Endo-Surgical Center of Florida in Orlando.
Franciscan St. Anthony – Crown Point (Ind.) opened a new 27,000-square-foot ambulatory surgery center that cost about $11.6 million and includes four surgical suites.
Gailey Eye Clinic opened a retina surgery center in Bloomington, Ill.
Gates Vascular Institute/Clinical and Translational Research Center opened in Buffalo, N.Y., and houses a surgery center.
Detroit Medical Center's Harper University Hospital opened a new bariatric surgery center, Harper Bariatric Medicine Institute, in Southfield, Mich.
High Desert Health System is now constructing a two-story ambulatory surgical care facility that will house a large ambulatory surgery center.
Loyola University Health System in Illinois has opened a bariatric surgery center — the Loyola Center for Metabolic Surgery & Bariatric Center — located in Melrose Park.
Miami Children's Hospital plans to open four new outpatient centers as part of its expansion this year.
Northside Hospital in Cumming, Ga., opened the new Northside-Forsyth Outpatient Surgery Center, which includes four operating rooms and a suite for GI endoscopy procedures.
Olean (N.Y.) General Hospital has opened the new Mildred Milliman Outpatient Surgery Center, a $10.3 million, 22,000-square-foot facility with four operating rooms and three endoscopic suites.
Practice Partners in Healthcare, Inc., announced the ground breaking of a new multispecialty ambulatory surgery center in Pensacola, Fla. The two-OR center will meet the surgical needs of a variety of surgeons in the local market.
Princeton (N.J.) HealthCare System opened a new ambulatory surgery center in Plainsboro, N.J., to replace the University Medical Center at Princeton Surgery Center.
St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor announced it will break ground on a $30 million addition that will house an outpatient surgery pavilion in Superior Township.
Sutter Health, based in Sacramento, opened a new $10.8 million surgery center in Elk Grove, Calif., that includes two operating rooms.
Vance Thompson Vision announced plans to build an estimated $6 million surgical and research center in Sioux Falls, S.D.
Vassar Brothers Medical Center in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., opened its new 100,000-square-foot ambulatory surgery center.
Washington Center for Pain Management is in the process of opening a new surgery center in Bellevue, Wash.
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