COVID-19 Alert: The health and safety of our patients and staff is our greatest priority. We continue to closely observe state and federal recommendations and orders – which includes: Assessing the appropriateness of all procedures, Asking all family/friends to wait outside facility (with few exceptions), Enhanced screening measures, and Increased sanitation measures. Review all COVID-19 updates here.
Before your procedure, one of our nurses will contact you to complete your medical history and any pre-operative instructions. During this call, please feel comfortable asking any questions about your procedure or instructions provided.
You will also receive a call from a member of our billing team in advance of your procedure. This person will review your basic demographic and insurance information.
If you have not heard from us two business days before your appointment, please call us directly at (614) 255-2900, Monday through Friday, 8am to 4:30pm.
Below is a list of what you need to do in the days and weeks leading up to your appointment. Your physician may provide you with more specific instructions based upon your personal medical history and planned procedure.
Our number one priority from the moment we schedule your procedure until the day you arrive is your safety. Your physician, anesthesiologist and our entire staff are all dedicated to providing you with the best possible outcome in a safe and comfortable environment. Here are a few things you can do to help us succeed.
The days and weeks following your procedure are just as important as the care provided in the operating room. Here is what you can expect immediately following your surgery, and what you can do to ensure your very best recovery.