Regent Surgical Health partners with Tennessee ASC

ASC manager and developer Regent Surgical Health is now managing the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee Surgery Center in Franklin, Tenn., a joint venture between Williamson Medical Center and the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee.

Physicians at the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee Surgery Center perform total joint replacements and treat spine disorders and other orthopedic conditions.

"Moving appropriate cases to outpatient surgery centers is playing a primary role in the healthcare model of the future," said Donald Webb, Williamson Medical Center CEO. "Partnering with the highest quality orthopedic practice in Middle Tennessee to open the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee Surgery Center underscores our commitment to staying ahead of trends in healthcare while, most importantly, delivering higher quality, lower cost outcomes for patients."

The facility has six operating rooms, 25 pre- and postoperative beds, and imaging and physical therapy services. Through the partnership, Regent now owns or operates 28 facilities, 14 total joint replacement centers and 21 hospital joint ventures.

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