Beth Miller, RN, CASC




Beth Miller, RN, CASC, is the Administrator of Eastside Endoscopy Center. She received her nursing education at the University of Detroit Mercy in 1984. She was employed at St. John Hospital in Detroit, Michigan for fifteen years and was the Assistant Manager of the Endoscopy unit in the hospital for eight years prior to accepting the position at the Eastside Endoscopy Center.

Beth accepted the position of Clinical Manager at EEC in 1995 and was promoted to Administrator of the center in 1996. She was involved in the initial planning, development, set-up and opening of the center in February, 1996. At this time, the center received Medicare certification and a state license. The center was only open for one year when a three year accreditation was received from the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). EEC received the highest level of compliance in all of the main categories, and was used as a model for AAAHC surveyors. Beth contracted with the insurance companies for facility reimbursement and was instrumental in bringing the Eastside Endoscopy Center to financial success by developing an advanced technical facility, with state of the art equipment and a highly trained clinical and medical staff.

In 2003, Beth became the first administrator in Michigan to pass the CASC examination (CASC stands for Certified Administrator Surgery Center.) thus earning the CASC credential. CASC Administrators have demonstrated they have the knowledge that is important to administer the overall operation of an ambulatory surgery center. CASC is the only credential specifically for ambulatory surgery centers. It is awarded to those who demonstrate their expertise in ambulatory surgery center administration.

In 2007 a second endoscopy center was opened in Macomb Township. Again Beth was involved in the design, planning, development, set up, licensing and accreditation of this new center.

In 2009 and also in 2011, Beth was named one of the top 50 ambulatory surgery center administrators in the country by ASC Review, a recognized ASC publication for ambulatory surgery centers.