Over the past decade the number of Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASCs), outpatient medical facilities that specialize in providing same-day and elective surgical procedures, has been growing steadily across the United States. Their growth was further accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, when many hospitals closed to patients who were not in need of life-saving surgeries and the patients then opted to have their needed procedures done in non-hospital settings.
The demand for ambulatory surgery centers is expected to continue to grow exponentially in the post pandemic world and many companies are taking note and shifting their real estate strategies to capitalize on the market's explosive growth.
To help you streamline your project and avoid costly mistakes, join our panel of medical real estate experts on Thurs. Nov. 18th at 12 p.m. EST as they discuss what goes into the successful planning, design and construction of an ambulatory surgery center.
During the webinar, key industry players including Joe Bolano (Colliers), Nicholas P. Michnevitz (MBH Architecture), Peter J. Morandi (Eastman Cooke) and Gustavo Mazza (Milrose Consultants), will share their insights and top tips for avoiding common missteps, meeting target occupancy deadlines, and maximizing ROI on outpatient healthcare facility projects.
During this webinar, our industry experts will share:
- Upcoming code changes that will impact outpatient medical facility projects
- Critical information to identify during the planning stage of the project
- Common project pitfalls and best practices to avoid them
- How to streamline the approvals and inspections process
- Answers to participants' questions related to ambulatory surgery center projects
In the video above, Peter J. Morandi of Eastman Cooke moderates 'Successful Planning, Design, and Construction of Ambulatory Surgery Centers' during the 2019 Ambulatory Surgery Center Symposium. The panel featured Joe Bolano of Colliers, Nicholas P. Michnevitz of MBH Architecture, Karen Rodgers of Vantage Point Capital, LLC, Matthew M. Warvo, P.E., of Skyline Engineering and Gustavo Mazza of Milrose Consultants,