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Twin Cities Orthopedics to Partner with Surgical Care Affiliates
Date:8/12/2009

MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Twin Cities Orthopedics (TCO), one of the largest orthopedic physician practices in the Midwest, today announced a partnership with Surgical Care Affiliates (SCA) to develop a new orthopedic surgery center in Edina, Minn.

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The new center will open in late 2010 and will be located at 4010 65th Street West Edina, Minnesota. In addition to assisting in designing the surgery center, SCA will provide management services to the facility.

"We are pleased to expand our relationship with SCA," said Dr. David C. Holte, one of TCO's physician partners. "We have the utmost confidence in their comprehensive development and operational platforms to take our project from concept to reality. SCA's focus on clinical quality and efficiency creates substantial savings for the patient, and allows us to concentrate even more strongly on patient care."

Andrew Hayek, President and CEO of SCA, said, "We are excited about the opportunity to again partner with this extraordinary group of physicians in Minneapolis. It's a tremendous compliment that TCO wants to expand our partnership and continue leveraging our nationwide infrastructure and support service."

Twin Cities Orthopedics is one of the largest orthopedic practices in the country with 80 physicians in 30 clinics. TCO's mission is to provide world-class, compassionate care to individuals of all ages with musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. Through conservative, top quality care, research and the use of state-of-the art technology and procedures, TCO helps return each individual to an active, pain-free lifestyle. For more information visit www.tcomn.com. '/>"/>

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