While it can be a long process at times finding the right employee fit for your practice, it is an extremely important step in helping to secure your success. Hiring the right people is crucial for your private medical practice. Besides you, they are the face of your office and have a great influence on your reputation. Your team is essentially your business frontline.
Advanced Ambulatory Surgery Center has been referred to as a jewel surgery center.
Many of our practicing physicians consistently tell our team that our facility is a wonderful, clean, modern and comfortable place to do surgery.
You may be a physician that is looking to change where you perform surgery or simply needs a change from a current hospital or other ambulatory surgery center. The team wanted to make it easy and simple for interested physicians by sharing information we know you would like/need to know.
As physicians, it can seem overwhelming juggling a thriving practice while choosing the right and best facility to perform your surgeries. Perhaps you have been affiliated with a surgery center or hospital and you're ready for a change or you're expanding your practice locations. We've outlined some helpful steps and tips to choosing the best and right surgery center for you and your patients.
If you're in a large state, such as Florida, there can be several surgery centers per city and county. Word-of-mouth is huge within the medical community, refer to a colleague first before investigating online.
Advanced Ambulatory Surgery Center is a trusted ambulatory surgery center located in Altamonte Springs, Florida.
Our many practicing physicians hail from a variety of specialties, such as orthopedics, neurology, pain management and more.
Advanced Ambulatory Surgery Center is home to 2 spacious ORs equipped with the latest in surgical technology. Our patients consistently share how their experiences at MSC are comfortable, clean and professional. [check out our Advanced Ambulatory Surgery Center eBook for Physicians, a quick but informative read on our facility!
Most surgeries related to pain are typically done as the last resort and the final option when nonsurgical procedures have been exhausted or proven unsuccessful (check out our video on Dr. Schapiro discussing his approach to patient care and surgery).
Surgery can seem daunting and understandably patients can forget to ask their physician extra questions that may not have been answered. Below are some questions to ask your physician before outpatient surgery that will also help with your peace of mind.
Dr. Barry Schapiro performs a variety of surgeries at Advanced Ambulatory Surgery Center (AASC).
Dr. Schapiro specializes in arthroscopic knee, shoulder, hip, ankle and wrist surgery, as well as complex ligament reconstruction and total knee, hip, and shoulder replacement surgery.
He has extensive training in orthopedic traumatology and management of extremity trauma and fractures. Be sure to watch the video to learn more (closed captions are an option as you're watching the video)!
The AASC team was happy to film some of our practicing physicians discussing their backgrounds, specialty and unique approaches to patient care. At Advanced Ambulatory Surgery Center (AASC) our facility is equipped for almost any kind of surgery. However, AASC specializes in Ortho and Neuro cases.
Meet Dr. David Cowin, whose office is located in Altamonte Springs, Florida. In his first physician video spotlight, Dr. Cowin introduces himself and shares his medical education & background.
We highly encourage doctors to visit Advanced Ambulatory Surgery Center (AASC) when they can. Our Center's Administration is very flexible to ensure that physicians can be given a tour when it best fits the physician's schedule.
Advanced Ambulatory Surgery Center (AASC) is located in Altamonte Springs just 25 minutes from Orlando International Airport (MCO) and is conveniently along the I-4 (interstate 4) corridor. A popular business and residential location, there are a lot of dining options to choose from!
Physicians spend a great deal of time helping their patients to lead healthy lives, often at the cost of their own health. With stress related to running a practice, working at a fast-paced hospital, and not finding time to unwind, physicians and surgeons have become prime targets for burnout. In fact, according to a survey by Physician’s Practice, almost 70 percent of physicians believe that they don’t have as much personal time as they need.