18 ASCs opened or announced in April

Here are 18 ASCs opened or announced in April:

1. Providence-based Ortho Rhode Island, Calspan and the Carpionato Group held a groundbreaking for Ortho Rhode Island's medical office building and surgery center in Warwick, R.I.

2. Fort Worth, Texas-based Cook Children's Health System is constructing a series of projects including a surgery center in Frisco, Texas.

3. Easton-based University of Maryland Shore Regional Health gained permission to transition Cambridge-based UM Shore Medical Center at Dorchester into a freestanding medical facility. Located beside a new medical pavilion, the freestanding facility will include an ASC with one operating room and one procedure room.

4. The Memphis, Tenn.-based Campbell Clinic completed an expansion that includes an ASC.

5. Brentwood, Tenn.-based TriStar Health is moving forward with a $17.3 million surgery center development after fierce opposition from competitors delayed the project for over a year.

6. Surgery Center Services of America is building a 33,000-square-foot ASC in Bismarck, N.D.

7. Ulster, N.Y.-based HealthQuest Medical Practice is building a primary care office and an ASC in a former Macy's in Ulster.

8. Canton, Ohio-based Omni Orthopedics broke ground on a surgery center April 27.

9. New York City-based Kofinas Fertility Group opened New York's first standalone reproductive ASC.

10. A group of surgeons opened Downeast Surgery Center in Bangor, Maine, April 17.

11. Muncie, Ind.-based Central Indiana Orthopedics began building a facility in MedTech Park, a 37-acre business development in Fishers, Ind.

12. Mike Golpa, DDS, a dentist practicing in Southern California, plans to open Golpa Dental Implants Surgery Center in Tysons Corner, Va., in June.

13. Industry, Calif.-based IQ Laser Vision opened an ASC April 23.

14. The Gerald J. Friedman Center for Breast and Lymphatic Surgery opened in Great Neck, N.Y., this month.

15. Seattle-based Virginia Mason Medical Center won conditional approval to build a freestanding ASC for $19.4 million.

16. The Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee — a partnership between Franklin, Tenn.-based Williamson Medical Center and more than a dozen orthopedic surgeons — opened its new facility April 29.

17. Providence-based Ortho Rhode Island, Calspan and the Carpionato Group held a groundbreaking for Ortho Rhode Island's medical office building and surgery center in Warwick, R.I.

18. Fort Worth, Texas-based Cook Children's Health System is constructing a series of projects including a surgery center in Frisco, Texas,

More articles on new ASC development:
Ortho Rhode Island breaks ground on medical office building with surgery center — 3 insights
Cook Children's Health System building surgery center — 3 insights
Shore Health wins approval for $38.5M freestanding facility with ASC — 3 details

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