PCI | HealthDev's expertise and track record in medical real estate development, successfully procuring construction and permanent financing, project management, real estate investment management and cost-effective design allow us to work more efficiently and effectively in order to deliver your next project across the following medical real estate modalities:
Ambulatory Surgical Centers
Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASCs) are medical facilities that specialize in performing outpatient surgical procedures. They play a pivotal role in moving services into less expensive yet clinically appropriate settings. ASC-qualified procedures can be considered more intensive than those done in the average doctor's office but not so intensive as to require a hospital stay.
ASC Facts & Figures
- More than 50% of colonoscopy services are performed in ambulatory surgery centers.1
- In the United States, more than 22 million surgeries a year are performed in more than
- In general, facilities range in size from as small as 4,000 sq. ft. for a one or two operating
room (OR) center, to as large as 30,000-40,000 sq. ft. with up to twelve ORs.
||Ophthalmology 20%, GI/endoscopy 18%,
pain management 18%, orthopedics 13%.
||G/I endoscopy 35%, ophthalmology 25%,
1. ASC Association
2. Becker's ASC Review "5 Ways an Ambulatory Surgery Center's Size Impacts its Business" April 11, 2011
Kidney Dialysis Centers
If you have ever considered designing, building, and owning your own medical facility, the details from start to finish may seem overwhelming. We have over 35 years of medical experience specific to Nephrology and Dialysis specialization. Conceiving and building your optimal facility requires a top medical construction company and a team of superior medical professionals that understand your daily demands.
Although we can build a center to any size and specification, in the past our Dialysis Centers ranged from 4,000 sq. ft. (i.e. dedicated solely to hemodialyis) to over 26,000 sq. ft. (i.e. facilities that combine both Dialysis and Medical Offices for patient care and space maximization). Some of our state-of-the-art facilities also allow for nocturnal dialysis in effect adding a new level of patient support.
Imaging Centers specialize in outpatient radiological services. They range in size from 1,500 sq. ft. to 10,000 sq. ft. and offer imaging services such as a CT scanner, MRI scanner, radiological and fluoroscopic imaging systems, ultrasound and mammography systems as well as other specialty imaging equipment critical to the timely care and treatment of patients.
Diagnostic body imaging has become an invaluable non-invasive tool in the arsenal against disease.
The need for advanced treatment in more personalized oncology centers close to home has created demand for dedicated locations. These centers range in size from 7,500 sq. ft. to over 50,000 sq. ft. Today Oncology Centers offer patients multi-disciplinary care formerly found only at academic centers or institutional settings and treat a wide range of cancers and hematological disorders. PCI can facilitate the financing and construction of highly customized medical facilities built to your specifications.
Together, we can meet the needs of any of the following state-of-the-art oncology treatments:
• Radiation Therapy
• High Dose Rate (HDR) Brachytherapy
• IMRT (Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy)
• Breast High Dose Rate (HDR) Brachytherapy
• 3-D Conformal Radiation Therapy
• Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT)
• Prostate Brachytherapy Radiation
Physicians have traditionally been the primary investors in ASCs. Recent publications report that physicians maintain ownership stakes in approximately 83% of ASCs and fully own approximately
Even though as much as 50% of the orthopaedic surgeon's practice is devoted to non-surgical or medical management of injuries or disease and 50% to surgical management, The American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) believes that ASCs perform a vital role in the provision of patient centered, cost effective, high quality musculoskeletal care.2
Orthopedic Facts & Figures
- On average, orthopedics account for 16% of the total case volume mix in surgery centers.
- The average surgery center performs 4,869 cases annually, which would average to around
779 orthopedics cases annually.
- The average gross charges for orthopaedic cases are $8,026. The average case revenue is
- Net revenues per orthopedic case by the number of operating rooms in the surgery center.3
• 1-2 ORs – $2,111
- • 3-4 ORs – $2,482
- • More than 4 ORs – $2,383
1. Health Affairs 29, No. 4, 2010. P 283
2. © December 2010 American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons®. Position Statement 1161
3. Becker's ASC Review