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2017 9:12PM firstname.lastname@example.org BensonJudy Waterford A free-standing surgery center that will be partly owned by The William W. Backus Hospital will expand into a new building more than twice its current size. Constitution Surgery Center East, a 7,000-square-foot facility at 174 Cross Road that provides ophthalmic and orthopedic surgery, will move into a new, 19,000-square-foot building at 140 Cross Road, according to an announcement Tuesday from Dime Bank. The bank said it is providing financing for the new multimillion-dollar surgery center, although it did not specify the amount. A spokeswoman for the bank could not be reached for comment Wednesday. The surgery center also did not respond to a request for comment. her responseThe new building will be on a 13-acre site, allowing for growth in demand for services of the 21 physicians who operate at the surgery center, according to a news release from the bank. The new building will open in September. The banks announcement comes less than three weeks after the state Office of Healthcare Access approved an application from Backus to purchase a 51 percent ownership share in the surgery center. The Norwich-based hospital, which is part of the Hartford HealthCare network, would pay $16.7 million for its share of the center. “We are very pleased to receive approval from the state Office of Health Care Access to offer surgical services to residents of southeastern Connecticut in Waterford,” said Shawn Mawhiney, spokesman for Backus and Hartford HealthCare.
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