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Surgical Services

We have been named a Center of Excellence for robotic surgery. We use the latest technology for minimally invasive surgeries, ensuring the best possible outcomes for our surgical patients.

Our surgical services includes four departments: pre-op education, surgical prep, surgery, and our post-anesthesia care unit (PACU). Our surgical nurses provide high-quality, evidence-based care for patients and their families.

Pre-Op Education

After your surgical procedure is scheduled, one of our highly skilled pre-op education nurses will call you to provide education, answer questions, and ease any anxiety you’re feeling about your upcoming surgery.

Your pre-op education nurse will ask questions about your health history, medications, and other relevant health information. They will explain exactly what will happen during your surgery, from the moment you arrive for your surgery until discharge, and they will advise you on the best ways to shorten your recovery period.

Your pre-op education nurse can also answer any questions you have about your surgery and explain the surgical experience, from start to finish.

Prep Department

On the day of your surgery, you'll check in at the information desk in the surgery entrance lobby. A prep nurse will bring you into the prep area, where you'll be given a warmed bed and aromatherapy to relieve anxiety. During surgical prep, you can relax to calming music and scenery on our Care Channel. Meditative coloring is available as well.

The prep nurse will verify your health history and current medications and prepare you for surgery. One family member may stay with you until you go into surgery.


When it's time to go into surgery, the anesthesiologist, the surgery nurse and the surgeon will greet you in the prep area.

We have twelve operating rooms where we conduct general, orthopedic, gynecological, plastic, neuro, neuro-interventional, urological, vascular, and ear, nose and throat (ENT) surgeries. Four of our operating rooms are brand new, including one that is fully equipped for hybrid robotic and manual surgeries.

  • General surgery encompasses a variety of procedures, including abdominal surgeries, some vascular procedure, and wound repair.
  • Orthopedic surgery repairs musculoskeletal injuries such as bone fractures and tendon injuries.
  • Plastic surgery includes reconstruction and repair for cosmetic reasons or after injury.
  • Neurological surgery addresses problems in the neurological system, such as trapped nerves or brain and spinal cord injuries.
  • Urological surgery repair problems of the pelvic, urogential, and gynecological organs.
  • Vascular surgery involves surgeries of the blood vessels, including bypass surgeries and stent placement.
  • ENT surgery repairs problems in the head, neck, throat, and ears.


After surgery, you'll be taken to the PACU, where highly skilled nurses will care for you until you're moved to an inpatient unit or back home. Some patients in the PACU may require additional x-rays or necessary lab tests. Medications will be provided as needed.