The foundation of Campanella Law Office, LLC is based upon a lifetime of experience in a small business/health care family. It was established with the single purpose of assisting both health care professionals and small business owners with their daily transactional, business and real estate needs and it did not take long to build a national reputation for achieving unparalleled results.
The Firm consists of Ms. Campanella as well as an incredible panel of Of Counsel attorneys and Consultants. With over a decade of exclusive experience in business, health care and real estate law, this boutique office is passionate about its work and fully equipped to provide its clients with a variety of services federally and throughout New Jersey, New York, Vermont and Pennsylvania.
Campanella Law Office is pleased to offer comprehensive educational events for its clients, colleagues and various societies, associations and groups in the community and nationwide. Our presentations are interactive and informative and can be tailored to your specific audience size, presentation preferences and group needs.
Ms. Campanella is a nationally respected specialist, educator and lecturer who dedicates herself to educating health care professionals, small businesspersons, and real estate investors on issues of business development and administration, business transactions, real estate transactions, and regulatory compliance.
Please contact Campanella Law Office to schedule a live presentation or webinar for your conference, educational program, meeting or event. Presentations are available on many topics in our areas of practice and we are always happy to generate a new topical presentation based upon your group’s interests.
As of yesterday, May 26, 2020, the suspension of elective surgeries and invasive procedures deemed necessary to respond to Coronavirus 2019, has been rescinded. Although the initial suspension was considered crucial to preserve the “capacity of the health care system to deal with the surge of COVID-19 cases,” Executive Order No. 145, acknowledges that the pandemic peaked in mid-April and that there has since been a “drastic decrease” in the rate of the virus’ spread.
Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASCs) must be aware, however, that procedures may only proceed subject to “limitations and precautions” set forth in guidance and policies recently issued by the Department of Health in a Memorandum issued on May 19, 2020. In addition to stating that ASCs “shall not perform procedures on COVID-19 positive patients,” and requiring preliminary testing, self-quarantine and other preventative measures for those patients seeking procedures, the guidance requires all ASCs to maintain appropriate transfer agreements with an acute healthcare facility partner.