Physicians Endoscopy and Garden State Endoscopy Center finalize joint venture relationship

Physicians Endoscopy (PE), and the physician partners of Garden State Endoscopy Center, are pleased to announce on May 6th, 2015, the two organizations finalized a joint venture relationship.

PE, the leader in the development and management of GI single-specialty ambulatory surgery centers, acquired a minority interest in the Garden State Endoscopy Center making this their 40th ASC partnership. This strategic partnership was designed for two organizations to maximize their expertise by working together to define the future delivery of GI services in the Union County, NJ market.

Garden State Endoscopy Center is a two procedure room ambulatory surgery center providing over 10,000 procedures annually. The center opened for operations in 2000, is Medicare certified, State licensed, and AAAHC accredited.

"Physicians Endoscopy, with its experience and specialized focus on endoscopy centers, is the perfect partner for GSE. We welcome their expertise in dealing with the regulatory and management challenges faced in outpatient healthcare. Our mutual philosophy of providing quality medical care, service excellence, and patient safety, makes this the perfect partnership," Dr. Ricardo Rodriguez, President and Medical Director of GSE.

"Working with the physicians of Garden State Endoscopy has been a rewarding experience. It was PE's objective to provide a flexible business model that the physicians felt could sustain the current and future changes in the healthcare environment for many years to come. GSE is the largest GI screening center serving the greater Union County, NJ area with a highly dedicated team who are national experts in GI. PE is proud to be their new partner," states Jeff Fox, VP, Business Development, Physicians Endoscopy.

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Physicians Endoscopy

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