• ASC seeks approval in New York City

    An ASC in the Staten Island borough of New York City is seeking approval to enlarge an existing building, according to a Sept. 9 report from SILive.com.
  • Indiana Joint Replacement Institute breaks ground on $28M center

    The Indiana Joint Replacement started construction on its $28 million surgery center in Noblesville, Ind., according to a Sept. 6 report by The Hamilton County Reporter.
  • 15 states with the fewest ACSs

    Vermont has the fewest ASCs of any state, according to the most recent data from CMS. 
  • 15 states with the most ASCs

    California has the most ASCs of any state and Vermont has the fewest, according to the most recent data from CMS. 
  • California's ASC activity heats up

    Here are some ASC development moves in California that Becker's has reported on since Aug. 21:
  • 9 new ASCs in August

    Here are nine ASCs that opened or were announced in August:
  • UC Davis Health breaks ground on medical office building, plans ASC

    UC Davis Health has broken ground on a new medical office building in the Folsom (Calif.) Ranch neighborhood, according to a Sept. 1 report from Gold Country Media.
  • Stanford Health adds ambulatory surgery in $500M investment

    Pleasanton, Calif.-based Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley has continued to expand its presence in the Bay Area through a $500 million community investment, expanding its main hospital to add specialties including urology, neurology, pulmonology and digestive health, according to an Aug. 31 report from San Francisco Business Times.
  • Hoag Orthopedic Institute opens 6th ASC

    Irvine, Calif.-based Hoag Orthopedic Institute has opened its sixth ASC in partnership with local orthopedic surgeons.
  • Why 5 ASCs are closing

    From declining patient volumes to cost reductions, here's why five ASCs have closed in 2023:
  • Cape Fear Valley Health, Harnett Health break ground on medical office building

    Fayetteville, N.C.-based Cape Fear Valley Health and Dunn, N.C.-based Harnett Health broke ground on a medical office building in Lillington, N.C., according to an Aug. 29 report from CityView.
  • 53K-square-foot medical office building completed in Ohio

    Anchor Health Properties has completed a 53,000-square-foot medical office building in Hudson, Ohio, that was originally announced in early 2022, according to an Aug. 28 report from Commercial Property Executive. 
  • Northern Regional to open North Carolina medical office building

    Northern Regional Hospital is opening a new, 25,000-square-foot medical office building in Mount Airy, N.C., that will house its family medicine, gastroenterology, general surgery and urology practices, according to an Aug. 28 report from The Pilot.
  • Atrium seeks additional $35M from the state for proposed ASC

    Winston-Salem, N.C.-based Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist has submitted a cost overrun application with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services' certificate-of-need division, seeking an additional $34.7 million for its ASC, which was originally estimated to cost $38.7 million, according to an Aug. 25 report from the Triad Business Journal.
  • 10 states with the least ASCs per capita

    Vermont  has the lowest number of ASCs per capita, according to data compiled by Becker's based on 2020 census data and the number of ASCs from the ASCA Association. 
  • Northern Arizona Healthcare opens new cardiovascular surgery clinic

    Northern Arizona Healthcare will open a new cardiovascular and cardiothoracic surgery clinic in Flagstaff, Ariz.
  • 10 states with the most ASCs per capita 

    Maryland has the highest number of ASCs per capita, according to data compiled by Becker's based on 2020 census data and the number of ASCs from the ASCA Association. 
  • Ascension set to open Texas surgery center

    Ascension Medical Group is set to open Ascension Medical Group Georgetown Health Center in Georgetown, Texas, on Aug. 21, according to an Aug. 18 report by NBC affiliate KXAN.
  • BJC HealthCare to open $21.3 million St. Louis medical office building

    St. Louis-based BJC HealthCare plans to add a $21.3 million medical office building an hour south of the city in Farmington, Mo., according to an Aug. 21 report from the St. Louis Business Journal. 
  • 4 California systems planning ASCs, medical office buildings

    Four major local healthcare systems are planning to open ASCs, medical office buildings or both in Folsom, Calif., according to an Aug. 18 report from the Sacramento Business Journal. 

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