10 ASCs Making the News This Week
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Fort Collins, Colo.-based Harmony Surgery Center and Peak Surgical Management's CEO, Rebecca R. Craig, RN, CASC, was elected vice president of the Ambulatory Surgery Center Association.
San Diego-based SMI Surgery Center's administrator Judy Harless, MBA, CASC, was elected secretary of ASCA.
Eye Surgery Center of Nashville (Tenn.) announced it will add 4,000 square feet to its existing location.
Rex Healthcare in Raleigh, N.C., announced plans to recruit between 20 and 30 surgeons for an as of yet unnamed joint venture ASC.
Bridgeport (Conn.) Hospital's SurgEase ASC's nurse manager Diane Youd, RN, was honored as her organization's 2014 Nurse Leader of the Year.
Five AmSurg centers received innovator status for excellence in cataract surgeries. See a full list here.
The Oregon Outpatient Surgery Center in Tigard partnered with orthopedic surgeon Richard Edelson, MD, to launch a free surgery program for local veterans.
Carnegie Hill Endoscopy in New York was named a Fuse Endoscopy System Center of Excellence by EndoChoice.
Sparrow Hospital opened a $15 million ASC in Lansing, Mich.
Six ASCs acquired new ophthalmology technology. See the full list here.
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