5 hospital ASC plans & partnerships
Legacy Mount Hood Medical Center in Gresham, Ore., plans to begin construction on a $27 million, 68,000-square-foot medical office and outpatient services building. The new facility will include outpatient surgery suites, an endoscopy center and laboratory services on the first floor.
Orlando (Fla.) Health invested $1.4 million in Orlando Health/USP Surgery Centers, LLC. Orlando Health/USP Surgery Centers then acquired a 51 percent interest in University Surgical Center in Winter Park, Fla. Orlando Health partners with United Surgical Partners International in ownership of the surgery center.
Davis (Calif.) Surgery Center and UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, Calif., have created an affiliation agreement that allows UC Davis orthopedic surgeons to perform cases at the surgery center.
This month, University of Rochester (N.Y.) Medicine will open an ASC and Strong West Emergency in Brockport, N.Y.
The North Carolina Division of Health Service Regulation has granted Wilmington (N.C.) Health certificate of need approval for an expansion of its ambulatory surgery center. The project will expand the ASC from a single-specialty facility to one that offers services including general surgery, plastic surgery, podiatry, ENT, orthopedics and urology.
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