Easier scheduling

  • You can get the “block time” that you want if you have enough cases to fill it on a regular basis
  • One phone call or fax and you are scheduled
  • Availability! We have rooms available for only outpatient procedures– you won’t get bumped for a “bigger case”.


More convenient and comfortable for your patients

  • Smaller and more personal
  • Free parking


Lower Cost

  • Outpatient surgery centers are typically less expensive for your patients than larger hospitals. We have less overhead and can work with your patients on their co-pays and any out of network charges.

For example, a Medicare beneficiary could pay as much as $496 in coinsurance for a cataract extraction procedure performed in a hospital outpatient department, whereas that same beneficiary's co-payment in the ASC would be only $195. 

While in today's healthcare environment cost savings are very high on on a priority list, there are many more reasons why as physician you should consider performing your cases at the free-standing outpatient facility.  
  

FOR PHYSICIANS

Equipment

  • We personalize our equipment supply and purchases to your needs. If you are planning to be at Magna regularly, we’ll make sure you have all you need from start to finish.


Personalized Service

  • If your patients have specific needs, we will do our best to meet them.
  • If you have specific requests and preferences, we will do our best to make sure that Magna gets you what you need to do your best while you are here. This includes providing you with breakfast and/or lunch so you don’t have to grab something on the way.

WHY A SURGERY CENTER?


Recent advancements in medical technology, combined with refinements in the delivery of health care services, have made outpatient surgery centers a safe, convenient, and cost-effective alternative for many surgical patients. Magna Surgical Center is a fully licensed, Joint Commission accredited free-standing surgical facility offering the security and quality of a hospital, but with greater comfort and convenience. In addition, as reported by the Ambulatory Surgery Center Association, patients typically pay less coinsurance for procedures performed in the ASC than for comparable procedures in the hospital setting.