Adventist HealthCare has opened its new Ambulatory Surgery Center at National Harbor, Maryland, in the US.

In its first year, the centre is expected to perform 300 surgeries a month, and 800 surgeries per month by its fifth year.

Adventist HealthCare Fort Washington Medical Center vascular surgery director Dr Carlin Williams said: “I’m excited to be a part of this push to improve care in the community.

“Safe, efficient, multi-specialty outpatient medical care is what we need here.”

The facility is also equipped to practice various specialties, including bariatric, ENT, gastroenterology, general surgery, interventional radiology, interventional cardiology, obstetrics/gynaecology, orthopaedic/podiatry, pain/spine, ophthalmology, and urology.

It will connect the nearby Adventist HealthCare Fort Washington Medical Center and its new primary care facility.

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Each operation will together supply the key services essential to address the community’s healthcare needs.

Adventist HealthCare Fort Washington Medical Center president Eunmee Shim said: “We worked tirelessly to make this much needed surgery centre a reality.

“For far too long, our community – from a healthcare standpoint – has been neglected and deprived, forcing residents to travel inconvenient distances for certain routine medical procedures and lifesaving surgeries.

“Opening this new building is a step toward correcting that behaviour and a move to better care for our neighbours.”