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Champaign — OSF Healthcare plans to invest in an ambulatory surgery center in Champaign, pending regulatory approval.
OSF said it plans to partner in a joint venture with surgeon Dr.
OSF said Rohrscheib would be a minority shareholder with a majority stake.
The Illinois Medical Facilities and Services Review Board must approve the plan.
The facility was sold to Minnesota-based Champaign Healthcare Investors and MedCraft Investment Partners for $7 million in 2022, according to county records.
Ambulatory surgery centers typically offer a wide range of surgical procedures that can be safely performed outside the hospital and do not require hospitalization.
said it is investing in a surgical center as part of OSF Healthcare — the parent system of the OSF Heart of Mary Medical Center in Urbana and the OSF Sacred Heart Medical Center in Danville, as well as several clinics and emergency care centers in the region. I’m here. Its growth plan for the community.
OSF Heart of Mary President JT Barnhart said:
“More and more insurance companies across the country are beginning to dictate that certain procedures, such as colonoscopies, cannot be performed in hospitals,” he said. We wanted to make sure that patients had the option to stay with OSF Healthcare for care so that their presence would be long-lasting and that they would receive the care they needed.”
Barnhart said there will be no disruption to patient care at this time.
“Once things settle down, we will reassess the opportunity to move outpatient services to new buildings,” he said. We also look forward to the center providing new opportunities to partner with local physicians. ”