9 new outpatient surgery centers in February 2016

Written by Laura Dyrda | March 01, 2016 | Print  |

There were nine new outpatient surgery centers opened or announced in February 2016.

National Spine & Pain Center opened a new pain management center in Charlottesville, Va.

Key-Whitman Eye Center moved into a new facility in North Dallas to accommodate a larger surgical volume.

Flagler Investment Healthcare announced plans to build a new ASC in Palm Beach County in Florida. Orthopedic Center of Palm Beach County, based in Lake Worth, Fla., will run the center.

Tidelands Health, based in Murrells Inlet, S.C., plans to open a new surgery center at Tidelands Georgetown (S.C.) Memorial Hospital.

The University of Minnesota Health based in Minneapolis plans to open a new 342,000-square-foot facility: the Health Clinics and Surgery Center with 10 operating rooms and 37 different specialties.

Doctors Hospital of Manteca (Calif.) opened a new $7 million ambulatory surgery center with three operating rooms, one dedicated to cataract surgery.

Chicago-based Rush University Medical Center plans to open a $500 million comprehensive care outpatient center by 2020 that will consolidate multiple campus outpatient clinic sites.

Robert Zehr, MD, and Kurtis Biggs, DO, partnered with SurgCenter Development to open the Seaside Surgery Center in Naples, Fla.

Hospital for Special Surgery in New York leased a space in White Plains (N.Y.) to open its new outpatient center with construction to begin in September 2016.

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