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Welcome to Valley Surgery Center
Committed to the Highest Levels of
Patient Care, Technology and Excellence
Our Specialty Care Includes
Adult Eye Surgery
Cataract, Glaucoma, Eye Lid Surgery, Eye Alignment
Colonoscopy, Esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD), Sigmoidoscopy, Esophageal dilation, Fissure
Hernia repair, Breast Biopsy, Port placement, Lipoma excision, Thyroidectomy, Abscess/Cyst removal, Appendectomy, Cholecystectomy, Hemorrhoidectomy
Hysterectomy, Salpingectomy & Oophorectomy, Ablations, Cystectomy, Hysteroscopy, Bladder Sling, Hymenectomy
Various Epidural Steroid Injections (ESI), Medial Branch Block, Radiofrequency Ablations, Joint injections- facet, SI, Hip
Pediatric Eye Surgery
Surgical eye care for children and young adults
Bunion Correction, Hammertoe, Soft tissue mass excision, Incision & Drainage, Minor amputation, Debridement, Foot/Ankle fracture care, Matrixectomy
Vericose Veins Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)
What Do I Need to Know
Our highest priority is to fully prepare every patient for the upcoming surgery. We provide detailed information about the surgery to ensure our patients understand it and have clear expectations about its flow and its results.
Before Your Surgery
Work with your provider directly to schedule your procedure with us.
Your provider will inform you of what appointments or tests need to be completed prior to surgery.
Follow your doctor’s directions for taking medicine. They will tell you if you should take any or all of your regular medicines.
Follow any specific instructions given by your doctor. (For example, cleansing your skin with a special soap.)
Remove all jewelry and leave them at home (including rings) and body piercings.
Wear loose-fitting, comfortable clothing to go home in.
If you experience any new symptoms (fever, cold symptoms, sore throat, or chest pain) contact your provider to discuss whether your surgery should be delayed.
A nurse may call you prior to your procedure to review your medical history, medications, and review surgery times.
On Surgery Day
Ensure you have a responsibility adult that can stay with you overnight after your procedure if you are having any type of sedation.
Follow instructions regarding when to stop eating and drinking closely. Call Valley Surgery Center if you have any questions.
If you doctor wants you to take any medications, take them with a small sip of water.
A discharge RN will review instructions with you for taking care of yourself at home.
After Your Surgery
Take any medications discussed during your discharge
Call your doctor if you develop or have:
Poor pain relief
Signs of infection (swelling, redness, drainage, etc.)
Nausea (upset stomach) or vomiting that won’t stop
If something is life threatening, seek immediate medical help.