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Campbell Clinic Ambulatory Surgery Center

Germantown, TN

The Campbell Clinic Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) is a 120,000 square foot facility that was recently completed in Germantown, TN. The new facility will assist Campbell Clinic in implementing an ambitious growth strategy over the coming months and years and alleviate pressure on their existing Germantown surgery center that was operating at capacity. The center is also anticipated to bring nearly 200 jobs to Germantown.

The new state-of-the-art property includes an ambulatory surgery center with eight operating rooms, an outpatient orthopedic clinical space, and a cutting-edge physical therapy and sports performance area, known as the S. Terry Canale Family Performance and Wellness Center. This 11,000-square-foot wing of the new building was named after retired orthopaedic surgeon and former Chief of Staff, Terry Canale, MD. The sports medicine and physical therapy programs will provide service not only to residents, but athletes from the Redbirds, Grizzlies, Memphis 901 FC and various universities and high schools.

Adjacent to the new surgery center is the Clinic’s recently renovated 60,000-square-foot MOB, creating a fully modernized campus providing unmatched orthopaedic care. Rendina provided their full-services development capabilities by managing all aspects of the design and approval process and oversaw construction of the new facility.

“Campbell Clinic’s vision became a reality with the opening of their new ASC, and we are fortunate to be a part it,” said Steve Barry, President of Rendina. “We couldn’t have asked for a better development partner, and with access to the very best orthopaedic care and wellness programs, the residents of Germantown and the surrounding area will reap the benefits of that partnership for many years to come.”

The significance of the expansion paired with the aggressive timeline for completion made the partnership with Rendina critical, according to Campbell Clinic CEO George Hernandez.


George Hernandez

CEO of Campbell Clinic

Utilizing Rendina’s wealth of experience in healthcare real estate will enable us to create a world-class venue for our patients in a relatively short period of time while eliminating the risk of any service disruptions during the construction process. The clinic has long been a regional destination for musculoskeletal care. This new facility will allow us to offer some new services while enhancing the patient experience for the services we already provide. We’re very excited to get started.


Rendina has managed healthcare real estate solutions for nearly 30 years and has developed more than 7 million square feet of real estate during that time.

The new facility will include an ambulatory surgery center with eight operating rooms, an outpatient orthopedic clinical space, and an expanded physical therapy and sports performance area. In addition to the new facility, Campbell Clinic will renovate its existing 60,000 square foot building adjacent to the new facility – creating a fully modernized campus providing full-service orthopedic care with enough capacity for years to come.


Steve Barry

President of Rendina Healthcare Real Estate

Once this new facility is complete, it will be part of a comprehensive campus where patients will have all the resources necessary to diagnose, treat, rehabilitate and learn how to prevent future injuries. Campbell Clinic is a world class organization, and we are humbled to be part of creating a facility that will be reflective of that standard.


The new space will help the Clinic’s implement their plan to hire more than 50 new physicians, five physician assistants and two nurse practitioners – resulting in decreased wait times for patients and more accessible care for the community.

Rendina provided their full-services development capabilities by managing all aspects of the design and approval process and will also oversee construction of the new facility.


Mike Palazzolo

Mayor of Germantown

It is no coincidence that this city does not become a robust healthcare provider if Campbell Clinic does not move here in the early ‘90s. We owe Campbell Clinic a huge debt of gratitude, and on behalf of the citizens of Germantown, we are grateful that you made your home in our city.