Saint Alphonsus Medical Center — Ontario has a highly trained and experienced staff that provides high-quality care to our surgical patients. Our physicians here include board-certified surgeons in many specialties including general surgery, ophthalmology, orthopaedics, ENT, gynecology, urology and endoscopy. Saint Alphonsus Medical Center — Ontario performs more than 5000 surgeries and procedures each year in our surgical services department. This allows our staff to stay current with new technologies that our surgeons are using.
As a leading provider of surgical services, we offer high-quality surgical care that is both affordable and convenient. At Saint Alphonsus Medical Center — Ontario, our staff is experienced at expediting the admissions process so that you can begin treatment with a minimal wait. To help streamline and simplify the admission process, we encourage our surgical patients to register for their surgery.
Our patients meet with a registered nurse who will guide you through the pre-admission interview, which includes a health history, admission procedures you can expect on the morning of surgery, discharge instructions for after surgery, possible lab work and other pre-operative tests your surgeon has requested. If a personal meeting with our pre-admission nurse is not possible for you, we can arrange a phone interview to accomplish your registration. Please call 541-881-7140 if you would like to schedule an appointment with our pre-admissions nurse.
Our team of experienced healthcare professionals offers a comprehensive menu of surgical procedures to residents of the Treasure Valley. Outpatient surgery is available for some procedures, while other procedures require that you recover for one or more nights in the Medical Center to ensure that your healing process begins correctly. Whatever your length of stay, the Saint Alphonsus Medical Center — Ontario staff is committed to making your visit comfortable, convenient and safe.
The Saint Alphonsus Medical Center — Ontario Surgery team is committed to protecting your health by providing care in a compassionate, understanding and dignified manner that will return you to your normal lifestyle as soon as possible. For more information on surgery, please contact your physician.