Since every surgery or procedure is unique, you should always talk with your physician if you have specific questions about your surgery or procedure. The information provided in this section is presented as a general guideline. If, at any time, the instructions on this website are different from, or contradict those given to you by your physician or nurse, always defer to the instructions from the medical professional.

You will be contacted a few days prior to surgery by a member of your health care team. This call will include a routine health assessment, instructions for the day of surgery, and answers to any questions you may have.

You may also be contacted by someone in the facility’s business office to address financial matters such as your responsibility for co-payments and deductibles.

Any pre-operative tests will be determined by your physician or anesthesiologist and communicated to you prior to the date of your surgery.
Yes. You will not be allowed to drive after surgery. Please arrange for an adult to drive you home and for someone to be with you for 24 hours after your surgery.
Please be sure to notify your physician, anesthesiologist and nurse prior to the date of surgery if you think you may be pregnant. The surgical procedure, anesthesia and medications may be harmful to the developing fetus.
We are happy to accommodate your special needs. We ensure accessibility and effective communication regardless of your situation. Please notify the center of your special needs prior to arriving on your day of surgery.