Welcome to National Cardiovascular Partners (NCP). We are here to help you, the physician, create, sustain and grow your independent ambulatory surgery center and catheterization lab.
Our focus is hybrid surgery center and outpatient cardiac catheterization lab services in partnership with physician entrepreneurs.
We created the hybrid ASC-Cath Lab model in 2006 and since then have built, acquired, grown, and optimized 23 outpatient surgery centers to operate at the highest and most efficient level.
As a partner, you will remain the majority stakeholder of your hybrid center. That means greater clinical and financial control will always be yours. During this process, NCP manages the entire development process from inception to completion of your center.
Once your new center is open for business, we will continue to manage the back office and administration of your center to ensure you have a turn-key business operation.
We respect and acknowledge all the years you have spent becoming an expert at what you do. So, we provide a service that allows you to focus more of your time providing exceptional and innovative patient care.
NCP physician partners enjoy greater:
- Clinical Control
- Fewer procedural and administrative headaches
- Lowered business risk
- Peace of mind
You will experience all of this – plus the financial benefits that are sure to come with owning your own center.
Starting a center alone is not easy. With our experience and partnership, you can finally focus on doing what you do best, taking care of patients. Patients at NCP facilities consistently report superior care in a more comfortable and convenient outpatient setting, and an overall improved experience compared to traditional hospital settings.
You have the skills and knowledge to saves lives and help people. If you bring your skills to the table, we commit to bringing everything we have as well.
I am excited about all this new technology and all these great things that we can provide for our patients that are going be less risky, less invasive and improve quality of life.
—Buck Cross, M.D.