Triad Center for Surgery, Cone, Forsyth and Wake Forest Baptist medical centers seek OR additions – 5 insights

North Carolina regulators received certificate of need applications from four Winston-Salem, N.C.-based providers: Triad Center for Surgery, Cone Health, Forsyth Medical Center and Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, the Winston-Salem Journal reports.

Here are five insights.

1. Wake Forest Baptist recently opened an outpatient center in Clemmons, N.C.Winston-Salem-based North Carolina Baptist Hospital requested adding four operating rooms for about $10 million.

If approved, the hospital would have 51 ORs plus another seven related to a separate CON application.

2. Triad Center for Surgery applied to build an ASC with two ORs and three procedure rooms at an unspecified site for $7.2 million.

3. Winston-Salem-based Novant Health applied to add two ORs at Forsyth Medical Center for $4.2 million.

Novant also filed a separate application to add 2 ORS to a Clemmons-based multispecialty ASC slated for completion in 2019. The project would cost $3.1 million.

4. Greensboro, N.C.-based Cone Health sought approval for a 15,500-square-foot ASC with two ORs, a gastroenterology endoscopy room and a procedure room in Kernsersville, N.C., for $12.7 million. 

5. A public hearing is required for the projects. Regulators will accept written comments on the applications through July 2.

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