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Special Edition: Surgical Construction - February 2021 - Subscribe to Outpatient Surgery Magazine

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structure with enough cases and staff. That's what we've done. We have reasonable expectations of using our new space efficiently today and have plenty of room to expand as our case volumes grow over the next decade and beyond. 2 4 • S U P P L E M E N T T O O U T P A T I E N T S U R G E R Y M A G A Z I N E • F E B R U A R Y 2 0 2 1 WE-DRIVE YOUR OR! For more than 25 years, UFSK-OSYS has been developing highly specialized, mobile treatment and surgeon´s chairs for ophthalmology – always in close collaboration with renowned ophthalmic surgeons. We believe in never losing sight of what really matters, while keeping a keen eye on the latest advances in medicine. Our core competency: the precise & safe positioning of both patient and surgeon for eye surgeries and microsurgical procedures in the head area. With the „Mobile Table Rotation" we designed a signature [SVOǼS[GSRGITXXSLERHPIVETMHWYVKIV]G]GPIW[MXLLMKL patient turnover. This concept is internationally used for years RS[IWTIGMEPP]MRXLIǻIPHSJSTLXLEPQSPSK]*ǽGMIRXERH back-friendly operating with the principle of rotation! Our top models eyeForce and surgiForce will convince you in terms of economy, effectiveness and quality! They stand for highest premiumLine quality. Unbeatable: The eyeForce is the only ophthalmic treatment chair that can be optionally equipped with the "e-drive" automatic pushing aid. The e-drive moves and not the person! Ms. Burgess (melanieb@tveyecenter.com) is the administrator of Tennessee Valley Eye Center in Knoxville. ON THE SURFACE Clinical spaces are ideally suited for stainless steal countertops, which are durable and easy to clean. Looking ahead We renovated the old facility that sits next to the new center into clinic space for the still- growing practices of the surgeon-owners. They use the offices to see more patients and fill the new surgery center with increas- ing numbers of profitable cases. We've creat- ed a small eye care campus where patients come for the full range of eye care needs. There's only so much you can do to bring an existing facility up to the standards expected by surgeons, staff and patients. Our decision to build new has kept our sur- gery center at the forefront of a highly com- petitive local market and provides us with a foundation for future growth. OSM

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