New Physicians Endoscopy Center, MFC Dividend & More – 5 Recent Key Notes on ASC Companies
Surgery Partners operates 50 ASCs in 18 states. After the close of the $792 million deal to acquire Symbion, the company will operate 94 ASCs in more than 20 states.
Physicians Endoscopy and a group of five gastroenterologists will open the Greater Gaston Center in Gastonia, N.C., this year. The center is finally opening after the North Carolina Court of Appeals denied CaroMont Health's effort to object to the project.
Medical Facilities Corporation announced a cash dividend payment of Cdn $0.09375 per common share, which will be payable on July 15.
Merritt Healthcare advised Fairfield (Conn.) Surgery Center during a transaction in which National Surgical Hospitals purchased an interest in the Fairfield Surgery Center. The principals of Merritt Healthcare advised the surgery center on selection of a purchaser, due diligence and documentation.
Tenet Healthcare stock closed at $46.97 per share for the week of June 9 to 13.
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