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Brent W. Lambert, MD, FACS. Dr. Lambert is the principal and founder of Ambulatory Surgical Centers of America. He is a board-certified ophthalmologist and previously developed and owned three ambulatory surgical centers, including the first eye ASC in New England. Dr. Lambert is currently responsible for business development at ASCOA.
Luke M. Lambert, MBA, CFA, CASC. Mr. Lambert is the CEO of Ambulatory Surgical Centers of America, a position he has held since 2002 after having served as CFO for five years. He previously worked for Smith Barney in international sell-side equity research and at Booz, Allen & Hamilton and Ernst & Young in venture exploration and reengineering business processes.
Linda M. Lansing. Ms. Lansing is the senior vice president of operations and clinical services at SCA. She is a nurse with 38 years of healthcare experience in hospital and outpatient services, physician practice management, intensive care, pediatrics, dialysis and ambulatory surgery centers. She also serves as part of the Expert Group for the ASC Quality Collaboration.
Matt Lau, CPA. Mr. Lau is the corporate controller at Regent Surgical Health, where he brings 14 years of finance and accounting experience. He previously held positions with Paincare America and Option Care. He earned his MBA from DePaul University Kellstadt Graduate School of Business in Chicago.
Gregory Lauro, MD. Dr. Lauro is the president and medical director of Laurel Surgical Center in Greensburg, Pa. Dr. Lauro is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon who opened the center in 2004 with a group of surgeon-investors. The center has been in partnership with Meridian Surgical Partners since 2007.
John W. Lawrence Jr. Mr. Lawrence is the senior vice president and general counsel for Surgery Partners. He is responsible for all legal matters relating to the company and its operations, including structuring and negotiating all development transactions. His background is in general corporate practice with a focus in mergers and acquisitions.
Scott Leggett. Mr. Leggett is CEO of Surgery One, which manages four multispecialty ASCs in the San Diego area. He has more than 17 years of experience in orthopedics and holds a master's degree in exercise and sports science from the University of Florida in Gainesville.
Jeffrey Leider, MD. Dr. Leider is a co-owner of Great Lakes Surgical Center in Southfield, Mich., as well as a physician and surgeon at the American Ear, Nose and Throat Institute in Farmington, Mich. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery and has published numerous research articles during his career.
Jeff Leland. Mr. Leland is the CEO of Blue Chip Surgical Partners. He previously served as executive director of Lutheran General Medical Group and as a senior-level executive with Advocate Health Care in Chicago, where he was responsible for business development and Advocate's 225,000-member health plan.
Brad D. Lerner, MD, FACS. Dr. Lerner is the clinical director at Baltimore-based Summit Ambulatory Surgery Centers. He has practiced urology for more than 20 years and has served as the clinical director of ASCs. He was one of the first fertility specialists in Maryland and is highly experienced in urologic microsurgery.
Jay R. Levinson, MD. Dr. Levinson serves as medical director of Michigan Endoscopy Center in Farmington Hills. An accomplished gastroenterologist, Dr. Levinson was recognized by his peers as one of the region's most respected gastroenterologists in Detroit Magazine's "Top Doc" survey in 2005 and 2008.
Bruce Levy, MD, JD. Dr. Levy is CEO of Austin (Texas) Gastroenterology and serves on the Texas Ambulatory Surgery Center Society Board of Directors. He is a board-certified anesthesiologist who previously practiced at The Methodist Hospital and served on the Baylor College of Medicine faculty, both in Houston.
Michael J. Lipomi. Mr. Lipomi is president and CEO of Surgical Management Professionals. Mr. Lipomi has more than 30 years of experience in hospital and ambulatory surgery facility management. Prior to his current role, he was president of Dallas-based RMC MedStone, where he owned and managed several surgery centers and a surgical hospital.
Thomas Lorish, MD. Dr. Lorish is the medical director of the Providence Brain Institute in Portland, Ore. He is a physiatrist and tremendous leader of their efforts to move towards success. With his help, Providence has become one of leaders in ASC joint ventures in the country.
Rodney H. Lunn. Mr. Lunn is the principal of the Surgical Health Group. Over the past 17 years, he has developed more than 150 ASCs throughout the United States. He is often considered the original pioneer in taking the concept of ASCs and transforming it into a practical, successful business model in dozens of states.
James J. Lynch, MD, FACS. Dr. Lynch is the president, founder and CEO of SpineNevada based in Reno, and he also serves as the director of spine service for Regent Surgical Health. Dr. Lynch is a board-certified neurological surgeon who specializes in complex spine surgery, cervical disorders, degenerative spine, spinal deformities, trauma, tumor infection and minimally invasive spine surgery.
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