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Specialty Surgery Center to Partner With Surgical Care Affiliates
Date:8/11/2008

GREENBRAE, Calif., Aug. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Marin Specialty Surgery Center in Greenbrae, California today announced that it has partnered with Surgical Care Affiliates (SCA), the country's leading provider of specialty surgical services. Marin Specialty Surgery Center is a multi-specialty center offering orthopedics, podiatry, general surgery, plastic, urology, gynecology and GI services. SCA will own the center with 26 physicians practicing in the area. SCA will also provide management services. Evelyn Shapiro will continue as the administrator of the center.

"We have been in business since 2001. Given the increasing complexity of running a surgery center we decided to seek an operating partner. After reviewing several possibilities we have selected SCA to join us in this capacity due to their impressive and comprehensive platform which will augment our services in the future," said Dr. Harry Neuwirth, one of the original organizers of the center.

Andrew Hayek, CEO of SCA said, "We are excited about the opportunity to partner with this extraordinary group of surgeons in Marin County. This partnership will allow these surgeons to focus more on clinical excellence while leveraging SCA's nationwide infrastructure and support service. This is a step forward in SCA's plan to expand its services to more physicians and surgery centers across the country. "

About Surgical Care Affiliates

Surgical Care Affiliates (SCA), with its affiliated physicians and partners, is committed to delivering outstanding patient care and providing exceptional service to our surgeons, thereby allowing them to operate effectively and efficiently. One of the largest providers of specialty surgical services, SCA operates 128 ambulatory surgery centers and 3 surgical hospitals in 32 states with 6,000 teammates and approximately 2000 physician partners. For more information on SCA, visit scasurgery.com.


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