• Torrance Memorial Medical Center to add ASC under new leadership

    Torrance (Calif.) Memorial Medical Center's longtime CEO, Craig Leach, is retiring after 39 years with the system. On Nov. 1, Keith Hobbs, who joined the hospital's administration in February, will take over the role as CEO, according to an Oct. 9 report from the Los Angeles Business Journal. 
  • Cleveland Clinic opens 93K-square-foot medical office building

    Cleveland Clinic has opened a new 93,000-square-foot medical outpatient facility in Middleburg Heights, Ohio, in a former retail space that has been vacant since 2019. 
  • 45K-square-foot medical office building opens in Georgia

    Atlanta-based Northside Hospital has opened a 45,000-square-foot medical office building in Snellville, Ga., according to an Oct. 4 report from Commercial Property Executive. 
  • HCA surgery center breaks ground in Missouri

    Hammes broke ground on an new ASC in Lee's Summit, Mo., according to an Oct. 5 news release. 
  • ASC activity in the South: 3 notes

    Here are three updates on ASC activity in the South that Becker's has reported on since Sept. 12:
  • Northside cuts ribbon on outpatient center, ASC

    Atlanta-based Northside Hospital opened a new medical center in Snellville, Ga., in partnership with the Realty Trust Group. 
  • 5 new ASCs in September

    Here are five new ASCs opened or announced in September:
  • Washington health system plans its own ASC as former tenant relocates

    Pacific Rim Outpatient Surgery Center in Bellingham, Wash., closed its doors Aug. 31 as Vancouver, Wash.-based PeaceHealth, the facility's landlord, opted not to renew its lease, Cascadia Daily News reported Sept. 28. 
  • South Carolina hospital expanding surgery center

    Beaufort (S.C.) Memorial Hospital is expanding its surgical center, according to a Sept. 26 report from local NBC affiliate WSAV. 
  • Mary Lanning Healthcare cuts ribbon on medical office building

    Mary Lanning Healthcare cut the ribbon on a new medical office building in Hastings, Neb., that will host nine specialties, including pulmonology, orthopedics and family medicine, according to a Sept. 26 report from NBC affiliate KSNB.
  • 3 reasons ASCs are closing

    Here are three reasons ASCs have closed recently:
  • Previously approved ASC project looks to expand by 33%

    Greg Daniel, MD, a physician-turned-developer, earned approval for a three-story medical office building in Buffalo, N.Y., two years ago. Now, he plans to expand the project by 33 percent, according to a Sept. 26 report from The Buffalo News. 
  • Intermountain, Orthopedic Partners ASC set to open in Utah

    Salt Lake City-based Intermountain is poised to open an orthopedic-focused ASC in Park City, Utah.
  • Northwestern outpatient center earns construction permit

    Chicago-based Northwestern Medicine has secured a tower crane construction permit for its proposed five-story medical office building, the Bronzeville Advanced Outpatient Care Center on the South Side of the city, according to a Sept. 25 report from Urbanize.
  • HealthPartners breaks ground on $50M surgery center in Minnesota

    HealthPartners broke ground on a $50.5 million specialty surgery center in Woodbury, Minn. 
  • North Carolina ASC, practice to close

    Asheville, N.C.-based GenesisCare Surgical Specialists will close after its private equity-backed management company GenesisCare filed for bankruptcy, Citizen Times reported Sept. 21. 
  • 3 ASCs facing backlash

    Here are three ASCs who have faced opposition so far in 2023: 
  • Illinois surgery center expands, remodels

    Springfield (Ill.) Clinic's Peoria Surgery Center has plans to open later in 2023, the Peoria Journal Star reported Sept. 14. 
  • 2 ASCs undergoing expansions

    Here are two surgery centers with plans for expansion that Becker's has reported on since Sept. 11:
  • State regulators set hearing date for Atrium Health ASC

    North Carolina state regulators have set a public hearing date for Oct. 16 to discuss Winston-Salem, N.C.-based Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist's request to move forward with the construction of an ASC, according to a Sept. 12 report from the Winston-Salem Journal.

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