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Breaking down the New Jersey ‘one-room’ law

New Jersey has two types of “surgery centers.” Of the 300 registered surgery centers, about half are traditional licensed ambulatory surgical centers (ASC). They fall under the jurisdiction of the Department of Health. The other half are registered physician surgical practices, known as “one-room” surgery centers, which fall under the jurisdiction of the New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners.

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