10 new outpatient surgery centers in November 2016

Here are 10 new surgery centers that were opened or announced in November. Texas County Memorial Hospital in Houston plans to open a new $150,000 ASC. The New York State Public Health and Health Planning Council gave New York City-based Manhattan Endoscopy Center approval for permanent licensure. The Polyclinic in Seattle and Swedish Medical Center opened First Hill Surgery Center. Brownwood, Texas-based Hendrick Surgery Center plans to open in the spring of 2017. Lansing, Mich.-based Sparrow Health System opened a $20 million endoscopy and radiology center. The New Lenox (Ill.) Village Board gave Silver Cross Hospital in New Lenox approval to build its ASC. Monterey (Calif.) Peninsula Surgery Centers opened Minimus Institute in Monterey. Richmond, Va.-based Medarva Healthcare received a certificate of public need to create a multispecialty outpatient surgery center. McKay-Dee Hospital in Ogden, Utah opened the new McKay Dee Sports Medicine and Orthopedics Center. Resurgens Orthopaedics in Atlanta opened its seventh surgery center in Covington, Ga. More articles on surgery centers: 22 ASCs with total disc replacement spinal surgery Why not all debt is bad debt for an ASC The 5 ASC powerhouses: 35 things to know about the largest surgery center chains