How will my pain be managed?

By |2019-08-29T19:40:53+00:00August 4th, 2019|

The management of your pain is of great importance to us. We will be assessing your level of pain from the time of admission until you receive our postoperative call at home. We need to inform and prepare you for each step of the process. This education will begin with our first contact. You will [...]

What must I bring with me on the day of surgery?

By |2019-08-04T23:26:16+00:00August 4th, 2019|

Bring case for eyeglasses or contacts Bring insurance identification cards, driver’s license, completed billing forms, copayments Bring all medication Make sure you have a ride home and someone to care for you at home Bring a favorite bottle or “sippy cup” for your child Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing Leave all jewelry and valuables at [...]

What if I have special needs?

By |2019-08-04T23:27:39+00:00August 4th, 2019|

We will make every effort to accommodate any special need you may have. We strongly encourage you to call the Hospital in advance so that we can properly prepare to make you comfortable. Do not hesitate to call and suggest anything that may make your day easier.

May I speak to my anesthesiologist before the surgery?

By |2019-08-04T23:28:21+00:00August 4th, 2019|

All patients will be seen by the anesthesiologist on the day of surgery prior to entering the operating room. Sufficient time should be spent to answer any questions you may have. If you need to speak to the anesthesiologist before the day of surgery, you are welcome to call the Hospital and we will arrange [...]

May I drive home?

By |2019-08-29T19:39:27+00:00August 4th, 2019|

Any patient receiving anesthesia should not drive until the next day. All patients must have a ride home and be received by a responsible adult when they arrive home. Patients will not be allowed to drive, walk or take public transportation after sedation or anesthesia. Please make the appropriate arrangements.

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