4 planned, proposed specialty ASCs in South Carolina — cardiology, ENT & more

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control fielded applications for several specialty ASCs in April.

Four to know:

1. Greenville (S.C.) Endoscopy Center gained state approval April 21 to build a single-specialty ASC for nearly $2.4 million. The 5,809-square-foot ASC will be exclusively devoted to endoscopy.

2. SCENT Surgical Center has plans to construct a 22,148-square-foot ASC focused on ENT procedures in Columbia, S.C. The $10.4 million project gained state approval April 27.

3. Greenwood (S.C.) Eye Surgery Center's plans to build an ophthalmology ASC for nearly $4 million are under review. The surgery center would occupy a 3-acre lot in Greenwood.

4. Carolina Cardiology Associates in Rock Hill, S.C., applied to construct a 4,415-square-foot ASC with one operating room. Specializing in cardiac vascular procedures, the surgery center would be built for about $2 million. The application was deemed accepted April 24.

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