ambulatory surgery


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ambulatory surgery

n.
Surgery performed on a person who is admitted to and discharged from a hospital on the same day.
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At the inauguration of National conference on Ambulatory Surgery
Together they could build and benefit from a new ambulatory surgery center.
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Medical Web Technologies today announced that the company's founder and CEO, Stephen Punzak, MD, has been named among the Who's Who in Ambulatory Surgery by SurgiStrategies Magazine.
2In 1982, it was still possible and desirable to adjust outpatient surgery prices downward to improve the hospital's competitive position relative to freestanding ambulatory surgery centers.
announced today it has formed a strategic partnership with the Michigan Ambulatory Surgery Association (MASA), the leading advocate for ambulatory surgery centers in Michigan.
SourceMedical, a leading provider of information management solutions to the ambulatory surgery center, surgical hospital, practice, rehabilitation clinic and diagnostic imaging markets, has released SurgiSource version 4.
Nasdaq: NOVA) today announced that it has acquired a 51% interest in a multi-specialty ambulatory surgery center located in Sebring, Florida.
Nasdaq:NOVA) today announced that it has acquired a 51% interest in an ophthalmic ambulatory surgery center located in Warrensburg, Missouri.
Triad, through its affiliates, owns and manages hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers in small cities and selected larger urban markets.