South Austin Surgery Center to undergo $1M+ expansion after being acquired by St. David's Healthcare: 3 key notes

After acquiring the Texas-based South Austin Surgery Center, St. David's HealthCare is going to invest more than $1 million into the facility to update it, Community Impact Newspaper reports

Here's what you should know.

1. St. David's HealthCare announced it acquired the property Aug. 3.

2. Besides capital, St. David's will be staffing the center along with its joint venture partners, St. David's Foundation, Georgetown Community Health Foundation and the Hospital Corp. of America.

3. St. David's is looking to expand the center's offerings, but the said it will continue to offer orthopedics, podiatry, general surgery and pain management treatments.

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