10 ASCs Making the News This Week
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Erie Shriners (Pa.) Ambulatory Surgery Center and Outpatient Specialty Care Center received a $7.38 million bequest from the estate of Fred Burchfield, the largest donation in the center's history.
Jefferson Hospital, part of the Pittsburgh-based Allegheny Health Network, broke ground on its $17 million, 35,750 square-foot addition to its Bethel Park, Pa. outpatient facility.
Columbus (Wisc.) Community Hospital broke ground on an $18.6 million expansion, including a surgery center.
The Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board cast a split vote, four for and four against, on the Beloit Health System proposal to add a $16.3 million ambulatory surgery center at its NorthPointe Health and Wellness campus in Roscoe, Ill.
Physicians from The Albany (N.Y.) & Saratoga Center for Pain Management and New York Pain Management in Clifton Park received preliminary state approval to build a $1 million pain-focused ASC, the Northway Surgery and Pain Center, to be located in Clifton Park, N.Y.
Three ASCs were featured in a Becker's ASC Review list of ASCs that have acquired robotic orthopedics technology.
Oklahoma City (Okla.)-based Laser Spine Institute's Jeffrey Nees, MD, became the first spine surgeon in the Oklahoma City area to perform a two-level artificial disc replacement at an ambulatory surgery center.
U.S. Representative Renee Ellmers (R-N.C.) recently toured Raleigh (N.C) Endoscopy Center.
Oregon Outpatient Surgery Center announced a plan to donate free services for veterans waiting for surgical care each quarter,
One-hundred ASC administrators were featured in the Becker's ASC Review annual list, 100 ASC Administrators to Know.
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