Cumberland Surgical Hospitals Comes to San Antonio
- Sep 08, 2015
By Anca Gagiuc, Associate Editor
A new surgical hospital recently had its grand opening ceremony in San Antonio. Cumberland Surgical Hospitals, LLC used the former site of the Victory Medical Center Landmark property in Northwest San Antonio to develop its Cumberland Surgical Hospital of San Antonio.
“Through our affiliate, Post Acute Medical, we have been privileged to serve patients in San Antonio and South Texas for well over a decade in rehabilitation and long-term acute hospitals. With leading specialists, advanced technology, and a peerless healing environment, Cumberland Surgical Hospital greatly expands our ability to provide exceptional care for this community,” Karick Stober, vice president of CSH, said in a prepared statement.
Carter Validus Mission Critical REIT Inc., the owner of the property, signed a 20-year lease with CSH. Previously, the facility was leased to an affiliate of Victory Healthcare, which filled bankruptcy in June 2015. ”We are excited to enter into a lease with Cumberland Surgical Hospital, demonstrating our ability to re-position our assets when needed. We look forward to the facility serving the San Antonio community for years to come,” said Michael Seton, president of CVMC REIT.
Cumberland Surgical Hospital of San Antonio is located at 5330 N. Loop 1604 West. It consists of 82,000 square feet of space that will feature six oversized surgical suites, three special procedure rooms, and 25 private inpatient suites. The hospital will offer bariatric surgery, gastroenterology, hand surgery, joint replacement, neuro spine surgery, orthopedic surgery, ortho spine, pain management, plastic surgery, sports medicine, and urology.
“Cumberland Surgical Hospitals is dedicated to providing world-class care in an environment that caters to the needs of surgical patients and medical professionals, through state of the art technology, facilities, and services. We look forward to this exciting opportunity the surgical needs of San Antonio residents,” added John Hall, CEO of CSH.
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