10 New Ophthalmology-Driven Surgery Centers
Construction has begun on a new ophthalmology surgery center in Wilton, N.Y., which will be a joint venture between local physicians and Glens Falls (N.Y.) Hospital.
Reed Eye Associates opened a new eye care center in Newark, N.Y., led by Ronald Reed, MD.
The Paul Phillips Eye & Surgery Center recently opened in Flemington, N.J., and is headed by Paul Phillips, MD.
Bascom Palmer Eye Institute has announced it will expand its Naples, Fla., location to construct a new treatment and surgery center.
Three Colorado practices focused on eye care have consolidated and announced plans to construct a 40,000-square-foot medical building and surgery center that is scheduled for completion in the summer of 2013.
Massachusetts Eye and Ear opened a new 90,000-square-foot outpatient surgery center in Boston and plans to include otolaryngology procedures in the future.
Massachusetts-based Nielsen Eye Center opened a new location in Weymouth.
Pennsylvania Eye Specialists of Ohio added a surgery center earlier this year which will offer cataract surgery, laser procedures, chemical burn treatment and corneal transplant, among other services.
Shepard Eye Center in Santa Maria, Calif., opened a new surgical suite earlier this year where surgeons will perform LASIK and facial cosmetic surgery.
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