• 2 ASCs undergoing expansions

    Here are two surgery centers with plans for expansion that Becker's has reported on since Sept. 11:
  • State regulators set hearing date for Atrium Health ASC

    North Carolina state regulators have set a public hearing date for Oct. 16 to discuss Winston-Salem, N.C.-based Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist's request to move forward with the construction of an ASC, according to a Sept. 12 report from the Winston-Salem Journal.
  • Indiana surgery center expands

    Indianapolis-based Community Health Network is expanding Community Surgery Center South for the first time since 2006.
  • Kelsey-Seybold to add ASC at Houston clinic

    Kelsey-Seybold Clinic plans to renovate and expand its Houston-based Cypress Clinic, adding a second 120,000-square-foot professional building with space for an ASC, according to a Sept. 12 report from ConnectCRE.
  • ASC activity in the South: 4 updates

    Here are four moves regarding Southern ASCs that Becker's has reported on since Aug. 14:
  • Mississippi ASC breaks ground on 4.6K-square-foot expansion

    The Oxford (Miss.) Surgery Center has broken ground on a 4,620-square-foot expansion, according to a Sept. 8 report from The Oxford Eagle. 
  • ASC seeks approval in New York City

    An ASC in the Staten Island borough of New York City is seeking approval to enlarge an existing building, according to a Sept. 9 report from SILive.com.
  • Indiana Joint Replacement Institute breaks ground on $28M center

    The Indiana Joint Replacement started construction on its $28 million surgery center in Noblesville, Ind., according to a Sept. 6 report by The Hamilton County Reporter.
  • 15 states with the fewest ACSs

    Vermont has the fewest ASCs of any state, according to the most recent data from CMS. 
  • 15 states with the most ASCs

    California has the most ASCs of any state and Vermont has the fewest, according to the most recent data from CMS. 
  • California's ASC activity heats up

    Here are some ASC development moves in California that Becker's has reported on since Aug. 21:
  • 9 new ASCs in August

    Here are nine ASCs that opened or were announced in August:
  • UC Davis Health breaks ground on medical office building, plans ASC

    UC Davis Health has broken ground on a new medical office building in the Folsom (Calif.) Ranch neighborhood, according to a Sept. 1 report from Gold Country Media.
  • Stanford Health adds ambulatory surgery in $500M investment

    Pleasanton, Calif.-based Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley has continued to expand its presence in the Bay Area through a $500 million community investment, expanding its main hospital to add specialties including urology, neurology, pulmonology and digestive health, according to an Aug. 31 report from San Francisco Business Times.
  • Hoag Orthopedic Institute opens 6th ASC

    Irvine, Calif.-based Hoag Orthopedic Institute has opened its sixth ASC in partnership with local orthopedic surgeons.
  • Why 5 ASCs are closing

    From declining patient volumes to cost reductions, here's why five ASCs have closed in 2023:
  • Cape Fear Valley Health, Harnett Health break ground on medical office building

    Fayetteville, N.C.-based Cape Fear Valley Health and Dunn, N.C.-based Harnett Health broke ground on a medical office building in Lillington, N.C., according to an Aug. 29 report from CityView.
  • 53K-square-foot medical office building completed in Ohio

    Anchor Health Properties has completed a 53,000-square-foot medical office building in Hudson, Ohio, that was originally announced in early 2022, according to an Aug. 28 report from Commercial Property Executive. 
  • Northern Regional to open North Carolina medical office building

    Northern Regional Hospital is opening a new, 25,000-square-foot medical office building in Mount Airy, N.C., that will house its family medicine, gastroenterology, general surgery and urology practices, according to an Aug. 28 report from The Pilot.
  • Atrium seeks additional $35M from the state for proposed ASC

    Winston-Salem, N.C.-based Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist has submitted a cost overrun application with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services' certificate-of-need division, seeking an additional $34.7 million for its ASC, which was originally estimated to cost $38.7 million, according to an Aug. 25 report from the Triad Business Journal.

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