Archive November 2012 XIII, No. 11

Business Advisor - A Tale of 2 ASCs Merging

Friendly foes hope a single, stronger center emerges from union.

Goran Dragolovic, MBA

ASCs Merging

The Surgery Center of the Pacific (SCP) and the Surgery Center of Santa Monica (SCSM) sit a half-mile apart from one other in Southern California. Each has its own group of physician-owners and its own corporate partner. And they want to merge by year's end. Talk about an unlikely scenario.

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