IDA approves Premier Ambulatory Surgery Center — 6 things to know


The Hamburg (N.Y.) Industrial Development Agency issued two final approvals to build the Premier Ambulatory Surgery Center, according to Buffalo Business First.

Here are six things to know:

1. Vishal Sharma, MD, and Nisha Sharma, MD, are leaders of the Premier Ambulatory Surgery Center project.

2. The physicians plan to build the ASC as part of a 22,306-square-foot medical office building.

3. The $5.5 million program will create 10 new jobs.

4. The ASC will feature space for a 7,200-square-foot multispecialty diagnostic and treatment center as well as Sharma Ophthalmology, a radiology practice and a pharmacy.

5. The couple intends to add an urgent care center, Express Care, which will operate like an after hours, walk-in model.  

6. The physicians agreed to limit surgeries initially at the ASC to ophthalmology and gastroenterology. They also agreed to give 60-days notification to the state before adding more surgeons.

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