Austin Surgical Hospital acquired by Arise AustinAustin Surgical Hospital acquired by Arise Austinhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=65632013-08-20T15:38:00Z2013-08-20T00:00:00Z

AUSTIN - Arise Austin Medical Center has purchased all of the assets—licenses, permits and equipment—of the 23-bed, 55,192-sf Austin Surgical Hospital at 3003 Bee Caves Rd.

The hospital was built in 1997 by the Renaissance Women’s Center and closed in 2001 because of financial problems. OrthoNeuro Corp. purchased the hospital, and the site became the Surgical Hospital of Austin in 2002, later changing its name to Austin Surgical Hospital. In 2009, Symbion Inc. purchased a majority stake of the hospital from Hospital Partners of America, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

In addition to eliminating cosmetic plastic surgery, the hospital will retool and update its operating room to focus on neurosurgical brain and spine surgery, general surgery, orthopedics, bariatric surgery, urological surgery and pain management.

Arise Healthcare, an affiliate of AAMC, manages and develops health care facilities and health care-related businesses throughout the Austin area. Arise owns and operates Cedar Park Surgery Center, Hays Surgery Center in Kyle, and Stonegate Surgery Center in South Austin. Most recently Arise built Medical Tower at River Place in the Four Points area.

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