In the first quarter of this year, Becker's ASC Review reported on 12 orthopedic ASCs and practices opening in the U.S
Akron, Ohio-based Orthopaedic Surgery Center is building a bigger, $7 million facility in Boardman, Ohio.
Phoenix-based OrthoArizona and Addison, Texas-based United Surgical Partners International moved into a new medical office building and ASC in Gilbert, Ariz.
Orthopedic Associates of Hartford (Conn.) opened a $30 million facility in Rocky Hill, Conn.
The Glendale-based Orthopaedic Hospital of Wisconsin opened outpatient facilities in Greenfield, Wis., and New Berlin, Wis.
Albany Medical Center, Saratoga Hospital and Capital Region North are teaming up to build an outpatient surgery center primarily devoted to joint surgeries. Albany Medical Center and Capital Region North are based in Albany, N.Y.
Tampa, Fla.-based BioSpine Institute expanded its minimally invasive spine surgery practice to Orlando, Fla. BioSpine Institute's new Orlando facility includes medical offices and a surgery center.
Canton, Ohio-based Omni Orthopaedics plans to build a surgery center this year in Jackson Township, Ohio.
An affiliation between Children's Hospital of New Orleans and Tulane University Medical School in New Orleans will result in several systemwide changes. Children's Hospital will absorb Tulane Lakeside Hospital for Women and Children's inpatient pediatric intensive care services. Lakeside hospital will shift its focus to providing adult intensive care and open an orthopedic surgery center.
Concord (N.H.) Orthopaedics will occupy space in Concord Hospital's four-story medical office building addition opening next year. Concord Orthopaedics' surgery center will be on the bottom floor of Concord Hospital's $56 million, 53,000-square-foot medical office building.
The Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee — a partnership between Franklin, Tenn.-based Williamson Medical Center and more than a dozen orthopedic surgeons — opened April 29.
A group of surgeons opened Downeast Surgery Center in Bangor, Maine, April 17.
Muncie, Ind.-based Central Indiana Orthopedics began building a facility in MedTech Park, a 37-acre business development in Fishers, Ind.