6 Recently Opened, Planned or Expanded Ambulatory Surgery Centers
American Spine opened a new spine treatment facility and surgery center in Germantown, Md.
The physician-owned Arete Surgical Center opened in Johnstown, Colo. The ASC initially only accepted cash-pay patients, but has now secured contracts with major payers.
Developers broke ground on the 90,000-square-foot Douglas Park Medical Office Park in Long Beach, Calif. One of the new medical office buildings will be occupied by physicians of Long Beach Gastroenterology. The physicians will operate the Greater Long Beach Endoscopy Center, affiliated with Surgical Care Affiliates.
ISPM ASC at Camp Creek opened in Atlanta, Ga. Pickens Patterson III, MD, and Rhee Miller, MD, perform interventional pain procedures at the surgery center. The center is affiliated with Interventional Management Services.
Adolfson & Peterson Construction has been awarded a contract to build the Park Hill ASC and medical office building in Fort Worth, Texas. The project is expected to reach completion in December.
Surgicenter of Kansas City broke ground on a new 23,000-square-foot facility in Kansas City, Mo. The new surgery center is expected to be ready for occupancy in April 2015.
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