Here are seven news updates from ambulatory surgery center management and development companies.
On Sept. 9, Christopher Holden, CEO of AmSurg, sold 5,000 shares of the company's stock. The transaction, legally disclosed through the Securities & Exchange Commission, was a total of $187,800. Shares were sold for an average of $37.56 each.
AmSurg recently served as a sponsor at California Ambulatory Surgery Association's 2013 Annual Conference. The meeting was held Sept. 11 to 13.
Physicians Capital Investments has announced that it has assumed a new name. The company, now called PCI | HealthDev, also has a new logo and the tagline "Medical Real Estate Solutions."
Regent Surgical Health has announced that is formed a new joint venture partnership with the physician partners of Loveland (Colo.) Surgery Center. The multispecialty surgery center is licensed for overnight patient stays.
The Surgical Center of Greensboro, managed by Surgical Care Affiliates, has filed a certificate of need application for a $23 million building, which would consolidate its two existing facilities. The proposed facility would be 46,000 square feet and include 13 operating rooms and two procedure rooms.
Greensboro (N.C.) Specialty Surgery Center, managed by Surgical Care Affiliates, has field a certificate of need application for a $5 million expansion project. If the CON is approved, the expansion project is expected to reach completion by July 2015.
Earlier this year, Sovereign Healthcare and its joint venture partner Scottsdale Healthcare acquired majority ownership of Biltmore Surgical Center in Phoenix.
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