Michael T. Koff was the first patient at the brand-new Hamden endoscopy center he oversees. Koff had gone to a hospital for his first colon cancer screening five years earlier, but didn’t think twice about going to the outpatient facility this time.

“I would hold it up to any in the country,” Koff says of the Endoscopy Center of Connecticut. “We didn’t throw it up in a closet at the end of a hall.” Koff is CEO of the endoscopy center, one of many such facilities springing up in Connecticut and around the country. The medical centers and physicians’ offices offer patients a convenient and affordable alternative to hospitals for many types of outpatient surgical procedures.

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