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Outpatient Surgery

What you need to know

Outpatient Testing Center — Located on the hospital’s second floor, the Outpatient Testing Center provides one-stop testing for surgical patients. Following registration, the registration nurse and anesthesia nurse complete a nursing assessment of each patient in a private room, where lab tests and EKG testing are also performed. X-ray or other imaging tests, if required, are completed in the unit’s state-of-the-art radiology rooms.

SATURDAYS ONLY: The Outpatient Testing Center will be open from 7a.m. to 11 a.m. for Lab and EKG testing only. Patients needing X-rays will go to the Radiology Department following registration in Admitting.

Outpatient surgery Location— Located on the hospital’s third floor, our Outpatient surgery unit provides patients with private rooms, each with its own bathroom, television and telephone. Used to help you prepare for and recover from outpatient surgical procedures, these rooms are also available for family members who join you during your stay.

Our surgery suites — Your surgical team will perform your surgery using the latest technology and least invasive procedures possible in one of our nine new surgery suites.

Parking — Outpatients may take advantage of our free valet parking service or self-park in our hospital garage. To take advantage of the valet parking service, bring your car to the Outpatient Surgery sign at the hospital’s main entrance. For more detailed information use our hospital and parking maps.

Registration: If you are Pre-Registered you will receive a telephone call from our staff prior to your visit to gather insurance and other information. When you arrive at St. Elizabeth’s, report directly to the third-floor surgical unit.

If you are NOT Pre-Registered: When you arrive at St. Elizabeth’s, go directly to Admitting, which is located at the Emergency Room Reception desk. After you are registered, proceed to the third-floor surgical unit.

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