New York hospital moves surgeries to ASC amid restructuring

Laura Dyrda - Print  |

A New York hospital will send its surgical services to Niagara Regional Surgery Center as it restructures, according to a report in Buffalo Business First.

Lockport, N.Y.-based Eastern Niagara Hospital provided around 75 percent to 80 percent of its surgical services in the ASC on Nov. 12 when the hospital announced plans to send its remaining surgical services there as well. Eastern Niagara is going through bankruptcy and aligning with Buffalo, N.Y.-based Catholic Health, which spurred the changes.

Catholic Health aims to close the current facility and build a new $37 million hospital.

Read more about the hospital's restructuring here.

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