Randolph Hospital acquires Central Piedmont Surgery Center

Central Piedmont Surgery Center in Asheboro, N.C., initially a joint venture, has been completely acquired by its partner Randolph Hospital, according to a Triad Business Journal report.

The $3.1 million surgery center was opened in 2011 as a partnership between the hospital, physicians and Nueterra. Randolph Hospital owned 68 percent of the business at the onset of the partnership and then acquired the remaining shares.

The two-operating room surgery center will now operate as a hospital outpatient department.

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