Surgery Partners-Symbion deal to include $5.82M Honolulu Spine Center acquisition
As a part of the larger $792 million acquisition of Symbion, Surgery Partners will purchase the company's share in the spine center. The $5.82 acquisition is subject to certificate of need approval and will need to be reviewed by the State Health Planning and Development Agency.
The change in ownership is not expected to affect the center's staffing or services. The 7,800-square-foot facility has two operating rooms and a private recovery room.
The Surgery Partners and Symbion merger will give the company the combined strength of approximately 100 facilities and ancillary services in 27 states.
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