surgicenter


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sur·gi·cen·ter

 (sûr′jĭ-sĕn′tər)
n.
A surgical facility for operations that do not require hospitalization.

Translations

surgicenter

n (US Med) → Poliklinik f
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As president of the Massachusetts Association of Ambulatory Surgery Centers and administrator of the Pioneer Valley Surgicenter in Springfield, I have seen firsthand that ASCs provide the same high-quality outpatient services as hospital-owned facilities, at a fraction of the price.
Constance's kitchen was like the Keebler Elves' hollow tree, but more sanitary, like a Keebler Elves' surgicenter made of gingerbread.
One of our offices, the Red Lion Surgicenter, is the nation's only surgicenter dedicated to dentistry.
Moreover, patients usually prefer an in-office procedure to one performed in the hospital or a surgicenter.
Strauss, DDS, PA/Western Maryland SurgiCenter where she has worked since 1991.