ASCOA Reports Record 3rd Quarter, Year

Ambulatory Surgical Centers of America (ASCOA) has announced the opening of five ASC projects in the third quarter, bringing the year‐to‐date total for the ASC developer/ turnaround company to 11. Agreements on two more projects are expected by year's end.

The five projects opened in the third quarter are Blue Bell Surgery Center in Blue Bell, Pa.; Thomas Johnson Surgery Center in Frederick, Md.; Greenville Surgery Center in Greenville, S.C.; Surgery Center of Key West in Key West, Fla.; and the Surgery Center of University Park in Sarasota, Fla. The Blue Bell and Frederick centers were de novo projects; Greenville, Key West and Sarasota were acquisitions. Each center has surgeon partners in multiple specialties.

Blue Bell Surgery Center— ENT, GI, general surgery, ophthalmology, orthopedics, plastic surgery, spine

Thomas Johnson Surgery Center — general surgery, GYN, podiatry, spine, urology

Greenville Surgery Center — ENT, ophthalmology, spine,

Key West Surgery Center — GI, general surgery, ophthalmology, orthopedics, pain management, urology

Surgery Center of University Park — ENT, GI, ophthalmology, orthopedics, plastic surgery

"Our investment and management model makes ASCOA a true partner," says Brent Lambert, MD, ASCOA founder and principal. "This commitment, the sheer volume of our experience and the unmatched profitability of the centers have fueled our growth. We’re fortunate to have over 300 surgeons in multiple specialties across the country enjoying the benefits of partnering with us. Under our model, productive surgeons will have more control and income than in other scenarios."

ASCOA acquires existing and develops new surgery centers. Founded and managed by three surgeons, the company delivers superior patient care with some of the industry's leading profits. Learn more about ASCOA.

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