OUR MISSION STATEMENT
The Ainsworth Ambulatory Surgery Center (AASC) is committed to delivering the highest quality of medical care possible and becoming a center of excellence for the community we are serving. In a time when health care has become increasingly more confusing and costly, our center is focused on providing total transparency to our patients, their loved ones, and our business partners. Patients always have a choice on where to seek their medical care – something we do not take lightly. We consider it an honor to care for our patients and make certain we live up to the standards that each and every patient expects of us at all times.
Who We Are
AASC is an official subsidiary of the Ainsworth Institute of Pain Management – a center that is globally recognized for its commitment to research and overall medical excellence. It is our hope to continue that tradition in Nassau County with our brand new, state-of-the-art facility complete with 3 newly renovated procedure suites and enough space to meet the demands of a thriving community. In addition to our facility, we will be bringing what Ainsworth is known for best: research. Patients from Long Island will no longer need to come all the way to Manhattan to pursue our clinical trials – we will be right in your backyard.
What Sets Us Apart
The AASC is a state-of-the-art facility focused on cutting-edge medical care and excellence in customer service. Like many surgery centers, we offer the convenience and affordability of an outpatient clinic while practicing at the standards of a hospital. What sets AASC apart of the doctors and staff. Our president and medical director, Dr. Edward Rubin, has been a practicing physician in the community for over 10-years. His vision was to create a facility centered on the principles of patient care, efficiency, and partnerships. We are privileged to have his unique experience and dedication at the core of our center.
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