Mountain Home, Ark.-based Baxter Regional Medical Center cut the ribbon on its outpatient surgery center, developed in collaboration with physicians, on Feb. 5, according to a report from KTLO, a local radio station.
1. The hospital broke ground on the $8.7 million surgery center in December 2019, after two years of planning.
2. The center is built onto the front of Baxter Regional Medical Center in space that was a parking lot.
3. Several physicians who plan to work at the center formed a limited liability company as part of the project.
4. The facility is 23,000 square feet.
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