Archive August 2002 III, No. 8

Thinking of Adding Hand Surgery to Your Facility?

Hand surgery is an attractive specialty to add to an ambulatory facility. Here's what you need to consider.

Gary Goldstein, MD

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Hand surgery encompasses a broad range of procedures and techniques. The most common procedures in hand surgery are those done to repair injured hands, although "hand surgery" is sometimes a catchall term for the correction of upper extremity disorders, basically everything from the elbow to the fingertips. Here are the key reasons why hand surgery is an attractive specialty to add to an ambulatory facility:
  • Quick turn-around. Because the turn-around times for most case types are very fast
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