BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Nov. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Surgical Care Affiliates (SCA) has signed a lease with the Galleria Tower to house its home office operations and expects to move into the new space during the first quarter of 2008. SCA is the surgical services company created by HealthSouth's sale of its surgery division to TPG in June 2007. While most of SCA's 6,000 employees work in its network of more than 130 outpatient surgery centers and surgical hospitals across the country, SCA employs 150 people in its Birmingham-based home office. The current location on Highway 280 is temporary and will end when the new facility is complete early next year.
"We are very pleased with our decision to move to the Galleria Tower," said Mike Snow, SCA president and chief executive officer. "Once we complete the build-out, it will provide us with the space we need to accommodate SCA's future growth as one of the nation's largest providers of specialty surgical services."
SCA's management team looked at several locations before making their final decision to lease the approximately 40,000 square feet office space at the Galleria Tower.
"Our employees and their commuting patterns were very important to us in making this decision," said Snow. "In addition, we needed the ability to customize the space to our specific needs to allow room for growth. The Galleria Tower met these criteria, and we're delighted with the opportunity to create our own identity."
About Surgical Care Affiliates
Surgical Care Affiliates (SCA), with its affiliated physicians and partners, is committed to delivering high quality surgical services to ensure a superior patient experience and clinical outcome. One of the largest providers of specialty surgical services, SCA operates approximately 130 ambulatory surgery centers and surgical hospitals across the country with 6,000 employees and more than 3,000 physician partners. For more information on SCA, visit http://www.scasurgery.com.
|SOURCE Surgical Care Affiliates|
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