Kansas health system opens 7-OR surgery center, reserves inpatient for complex cases

The University of Kansas Health System in Kansas City opened its Indian Creek Ambulatory Surgery Center, a facility with seven operating rooms and two procedure rooms.

Indian Creek Ambulatory Surgery Center was built to help the health system's main campus take on higher-acuity inpatients and to improve access for patients. The facility opened June 13.

The University of Kansas Health System said it aims "to deliver high-quality, outpatient care to patients in the right setting."

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