About Buffalo Ambulatory Surgery Center
Buffalo Ambulatory Surgery opened in January 1990 and was the first privately owned multi-specialty surgery Center in Western New York. Since that time we have performed over 200,000 procedures and have offered our patients the highest quality of outpatient surgery.
Our caring staff is committed to making your surgical experience as comfortable and efficient as possible.
Buffalo Ambulatory Surgery Center is committed to the enhancement of life by providing access to quality surgical patient care services delivered in a safe, efficient, cost-effective manner.
Our services are provided to the members of our community regardless of their ability to pay or the source of payment. Fiscal policies have been established to ensure the provision of charity care to those in need.
Buffalo Ambulatory Surgery Center encourages and practices equal opportunity in the treatment and care of patients and associations with others outside the facility. This applies to any person. BASC will not discriminate against patients, their families, our employees or applicants based on any legally protected status, including, but not limited to, race, age, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, disability. military status, citizenship status, victims of domestic violence, genetic information, genetic predisposition or carrier status, and any category protected by law. BASC is committed to full utilization of all human resources and to a policy of equal employment opportunity.
It is the philosophy of the Governing Board that the Buffalo Ambulatory Surgery Center:
- Strives to ensure the highest possible quality of surgical care to each individual who seeks care/treatment offered by Buffalo Ambulatory Surgery Center.
- Treats all patients, employees, medical staff, customers, vendors, medical representatives and any others that cross our thresholds with respect, dignity and without discrimination of any kind.
- Promotes health disease prevention as well as care of patients requiring surgical interventions.
- Shall assure that practices and contracts do not encourage or engender systematic conflict with the ethical principles noted: medical need; compassionate care intended to secure the health of the patient; non-discrimination; safety; informed consent; equity; trust; respect for the professional values and rules of the staff and Center; the religious traditions of patients and the law.
- Meets the regulations of the New York State Article 28 and Medicare guidelines.
- Conducts operations to conform to the various laws and legal decisions of the Federal and State government and complies with all legal demands.
- Keeps the public informed of progress, opportunities, programs and plans by utilizing all feasible communication means.
- Uses all income from operations prudently and to the best possible advantage.