St. Cloud Regional Medical Center is a Top Performer for Quality Surgical Procedures
St. Cloud Regional Medical Center is a Top Perf...
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If you are scheduled to have surgery, there's a good chance you will be going home on the same day as the procedure.
Major surgery can be intimidating, but you’ll feel more confident if you get all the information you need about your surgery beforehand.
Gastric stapling (restrictive) surgery is a type of bariatric surgery (weight loss surgery) procedure performed to limit the amount of food a person can eat.
Surgery for prostate cancer generally requires a stay in the hospital. The length of the hospital stay will depend on the type of procedure performed.
Surgery is the most common way to treat melanoma and is a common treatment for all stages of melanoma.
The goal of most refractive eye surgeries is to reduce or eliminate a person's dependency on eyeglasses or contact lenses.
Experienced Surgeons and Advanced Technology
If you or a loved one needs surgery, you can count on exceptional care from St. Cloud Regional Medical Center. You’ll find surgeons who are leaders in their specialties, and a team of skilled and caring professionals who have access to the latest surgical technology.
We offer a full range of surgical services in almost every medical specialty — everything from general surgery to treat colorectal cancer, gastroesophageal reflux and hernias, to minimally invasive surgical options.
Minimally invasive options
St. Cloud Regional Medical Center’s surgeons are recognized for their expertise in minimally invasive procedures. By using miniature cameras with microscopes, tiny fiber-optic flashlights and high-definition monitors, surgeons can perform surgery through small incisions that take only a few stitches to close. Smaller incisions result in less blood loss, less pain and a quicker recovery. We offer:
- Arthroscopic surgery
- Endovascular techniques (catheter-guided procedures)
- Laparoscopic surgery
- Laser surgery
Focus on patient comfort and safety
Our skilled teams work in state-of-the-art surgical suites, and deliver personalized care using sophisticated medical technology. We work closely with patients, families and their primary care doctors to ensure that we answer every question and address every concern. At St. Cloud Regional Medical Center, our focus is on patient safety, care and comfort.
At St. Cloud Regional Medical Center, we offer a variety of services including General Surgery, Gastroenterology, Urological Surgery, Orthopaedic and Gynecological Surgery. The Department of Surgical Services at St. Cloud Regional Medical Center encompasses five areas of service to the Surgical Customer. After registering with the 'One Call Scheduling' department, the customer will be given an appointment to see the Preoperative nurse specialist. This appointment is scheduled 2 days prior to the scheduled procedure.
The Preoperative nurse specialist will assist the customer in performing the necessary testing, and assessments ordered by the customer's physician. The customer will then be informed of all expectations regarding time of arrival, pre-surgery prep, and post procedure education.On the day of the procedure, the patient will report to the Out Patient Surgery area located at the West Wing of the hospital. There the outpatient staff will prepare the patient for the procedure as well as ask the patient for specific information such as having the patient identify their name, the procedure, the physician, and then will assist the staff in marking their 'site' in accordance to the National Patient Safety Goals.
Immediately after the procedure, the patient will be transferred to the Post Anesthesia Care Unit. In this area, your pain will be managed, and you will be monitored to assure safe recovery from the Anesthesia medications. If the patient is scheduled to be discharged home, they will be returned to the Same Day Care area for final instructions and will be discharged from this area. If they are to be admitted to the Hospital, they will be assigned a room and transferred to the appropriate area once their condition is stable.
It is our goal to provide each customer with individualized, safe, professional care. You may contact us at (407) 498-3647. We look forward to serving you, and most of all, we appreciate your business.