Our surgical suites are designed with you in mind.
orthopaedicOrthopaedic medicine is devoted to the study, diagnosis and treatment of the skeletal
system, including its joints, muscles, tendons and associated structures.
surgeons perform a variety of procedures that don’t require an overnight hospital
stay. Common surgical procedures include knee and hip
arthroscopySurgical procedure used to examine, evaluate and address disorders within a joint.
A small incision allows space for a small camera and light to be placed within the joint.,
shoulder repair and hand, foot and ankle procedures.
Family members or guests can stay with you up until surgery in private pre-operative
suites, designed for your comfort. They can then track your process on flat panel
screens in the surgery hospitality area, using a specially designated code to protect
your privacy. Pagers are even available so family and friends can relax anywhere
in the facility while the surgery is taking place.
Our doctors and nurses do everything they can to educate patients and make them
feel more relaxed about surgery. Our pre-operative nursing staff calls every patient
beforehand to make sure they are well informed and have all their questions answered
about surgery. They are your advocates through the whole process, looking out for
your well-being. Following surgery, you will recover at your own pace in a spacious
area filled with natural light.
Our outpatient surgical suites are equipped with voice-activated and image-guided
technology so doctors and nurses have easy access to digital images (e.g., X-rays,
MRIMagnetic resonance imaging is a procedure where digital images are produced of
internal tissue as radio waves pass through a magnetic field. MRIs are used for the
purpose of diagnosing conditions.
images) and patient records. Each suite is designed specifically to support the
unique needs of orthopaedic surgery, including lighting, communication, connectivity
and real-time medical video capabilities. All of this is controlled by voice command
or at the touch of their fingertips. The technology allows staff to be more productive
and concentrate more of their attention on the patient rather than the equipment.