Regent Surgical Health in Westchester and its physician partners at the Endosurgical Center of Central New Jersey announced a joint venture with Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital.
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, in New Brunswick, N.J., was rated among "America's Best Hospitals" for 2013 by U.S. News & World Report. This is the second of Regent's partner centers to create a joint venture with the hospital. The deal furthers Regent's growth in the field of joint ventures with not-for-profit health systems.
"Over the past several years, we have developed a specialization in helping esteemed not-for-profit hospitals craft partnerships with highly-skilled physicians, in a way that ensures both parties' success," said Regent CEO Tom Mallon. "We have not-for-profit partners on both coasts that are thriving through our ASC joint venture partnerships."
Regent now partners with 24 surgical facilities in the United States and Europe, 19 of which are physician-hospital ASC joint ventures.
"We are excited about the undeniable benefits this partnership will bring for our patients and physician partners," says Dr. Allan Plumser, board president at Endosurgical Center of Central N.J. "We know Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital shares our commitment to serving patients with the highest quality of care."
Regent Surgical Health is among the nation's leading surgery center management and development companies, and the most experienced company offering physician / hospital ASC joint venture partnerships.