Welcome to Oswego Hospital’s state-of-the-art Surgery Center. Our highly trained physicians perform ambulatory, minimally invasive and general specialty surgeries in a new seven-suite surgery center that features the latest in technology.
Prior to surgery, patients meet with the pre-admission testing coordinator for an initial nursing assessment that includes preoperative instruction and completion of lab and other testing as ordered by the physician. This is also an opportunity for our patients to ask questions about their surgery. This process is initiated when the procedure is scheduled with the Surgery Center. The pre-admission coordinator may be contacted at (315) 349-5703.
Registration The Day of Surgery
To register, patients should use the surgery center entrance on West Sixth Street. Once inside, take the elevator or stairs to the second floor. For covered entrance and wheelchair assistance, please use our main entrance.
Registration is easy and when the process is completed, patients will be directed to the waiting area, where a nurse will call them to prepare for surgery. As you might expect, a caring and professional medical team will monitor each patient throughout their entire surgery experience.
On the day of surgery, patients need to bring a list of their current medications with them when they register.
A large waiting area is available for the comfort of the family member or person who is accompanying you on the day of your surgery.
Infants and children should not accompany
family to surgery. Please make arrangements
for their care before coming to the hospital.
Visitors are welcome to use the hospital cafeteria
or snack bar, both are located on the hospital’s
Among the surgical procedures performed at the surgery center include:
Green Light Laser Surgery
Laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication
24-Hour coverage is provided by nursing and anesthesia staff for urgent / emergent procedures.
Same Day Surgery
(Ambulatory Care Unit)
Preoperative and postoperative patient care for the same-day or 23 hour-stay ambulatory procedures are provided in the Surgery Center. The Center also provides care for same-day, ambulatory medical patients such as blood transfusion, phlebotomy, IV antibiotics.
Patients are seen by Mervat Eid, MD, John Ellie, MD, Simon Lee, MD, and Sanjee Verma, MD, through physician referral.
The Post Anesthesia Care Unit provides nursing care for patients who have received general, spinal, regional and epidural anesthesia. Post-op recoveries after regular hours are performed in the ICU by trained staff.