7 Recent ASC Management & Development Company Key Notes – ASCOA, ASD Management, Meridian Surgical Partners, MFC & More
Here are seven news updates on ambulatory surgery center management and development companies.
AmSurg announced that it will release its fourth quarter and year-end financial results on Feb. 25.
Meridian Surgical Partners, LLC is pleased to announce that its Battle Creek, Mich. facility, Brookside Surgery Center, LLC, has partnered with Bronson Battle Creek, a subsidiary of Bronson Healthcare. This is the first hospital partnership for Meridian Surgical Partners. The facility will continue to operate as Brookside Surgery Center.
RBC Capital analysts recently raised their price target for shares of Medical Facilities Corporation from C$15.50 to C$17.
Mark Babin recently joined ASD Management as a vice president of development.
Doug McMinn recently stepped into the role of vice president of sales and business development at Northstar Healthcare.
Brandon O'Dell became the administrator of Surgery Center of Athens (Ga.) a little more than a year ago. Surgery Center of Athens is affiliated with Ambulatory Surgical Centers of America.
AmSurg recently recognized Kingston (Pa.) Surgery Center as a Cataract Innovator in Reminder Calls. The Cataract Innovator is a gold standard for AmSurg ophthalmology centers.
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