6 Recent ASC Management & Development Company Key Notes – AmSurg, Meridian Surgical Partners, Symbion & More
Here are six recent new updates on ambulatory surgery center management and development companies.
AmSurg has demonstrated an estimated 14 percent sales growth and 10 percent net income growth over the past 10 years, according to a Seeking Alpha report.
Four AmSurg executives signed new employee agreements that include raises between 3 and 4 percent, according to a Nashville Post report. The executives include CFO Claire Gulmi, CDO David Manning, Chief Accounting Officer Kevin Eastridge and Executive Vice President of Operations Phillip Clendenin.
Medical Facilities Corporation has announced a cash dividend payment of Cdn$0.09375 per Common Share, which will be payable on March 17.
Meridian Surgical Partners, LLC (MSP) announced the opening of its newly-relocated facility, Treasure Coast Center for Surgery in Stuart, Florida. The new 9,500 square foot, state-of-the-art, multi-specialty ambulatory surgery center has three operating rooms, one procedure room, four pre-operative beds, and nine post-anesthesia care stations
Mary Dailey has become senior vice president of corporate services in clinical and quality support and senior vice president of clinical operations in corporate services at Nueterra.
Bellingham (Wash.) Ambulatory Surgery Center, affiliated with Symbion, has added three new surgeons: ophthalmologists Kristi L. Bailey, MD, and Aaron A. Kuzin, MD, and founder of Bellingham Spine Pain Specialists Way Yin, MD.
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