Surgical company seeks $15M investments for 10 closed surgery centers

Worldwide Surgical Solutions, a company that designs and builds surgical facilities, is seeking investors for 10 surgery centers in Texas that have closed down, according to CEO James Hamilton.

WSS wants to purchase the centers and implement its model in each.

Each investment would be $15 million, with an estimated 30 percent return on investment each year for a decade.

Led by founder and CEO James Hamilton, a 40-year veteran in the medical and surgical industries, WSS develops ASCs, recovery care centers and diagnostic centers with a focus on seizing growth opportunities. Earlier this year, the company received a commitment letter to finance 60 surgical complexes in Texas.

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