The Surgery Center offers a wide variety of procedures performed under general, monitored and local anesthesia. Convenient, quality care is provided in a patient friendly, caring atmosphere. The Surgery center is a 15,000 square foot multi-specialty facility with four operating rooms and two procedure rooms.
Patients are provided a private room for surgery preparation and recovery where family members may stay with them.
The experienced nursing staff consists of Registered Nurses with special training in operating room procedures. Anesthesia services are provided by Board Certified anesthesiologists with extensive background in outpatient surgery. All surgeons with staff privileges have been carefully credentialed before being approved to operate in the facility. Glasgow Surgery Center is state licensed, Medicare approved and AAAHC accredited.
It is the policy of the Glasgow Surgery Center to provide the highest level of quality surgical care. Some of the services performed include:
Carpal Tunnel Release
Knee, Shoulder, Hip Arthroscopy
Steriod Injections, Blocks
Yag Laser Procedures
D & C
Prostatic Needle Biopsy
Kidney Stone Removal
|WHEN YOU HAVE SURGERY...
We do our very best to make you feel as calm and as comfortable as possible.
Your physician or surgeon will make
all of the arrangements for your visit.
You should follow any instructions the physician has given, and in most cases need only arrive just 30 minutes before the procedure is to begin. When coming to the Surgery Center please park near entrance 3 then take the elevator to the second floor. We participate with most health insurance plans.
Upon arrival, we will need to photocopy your insurance cards and Photo ID, so bring them with you. If you are taking any prescription medicines, please bring the names and dosages of these as well.
Our staff will quickly escort you and your family member or companion to a patient prep/recovery room, where you will be asked a few questions and a brief history taken.
You will be taken to an operating room where the procedure will be performed, then returned to the prep/recovery room where your family member will be waiting for you. Staff members will be checking on you regularly and are able to answer any questions you may have. When you are discharged, you will be given instructions to take home with you.