Surgery center at LewisGale Hospital Pulaski

When you need advanced surgery close to home, LewisGale Hospital Pulaski is here for you. We provide the support you need to ensure that your procedure is successful and you recover quickly.

To learn more about the surgery options we offer at LewisGale Hospital Pulaski, call (540) 994-8100.

We have been recognized by The Joint Commission for providing the highest level of evidence-based surgical care. This achievement demonstrates our focus on positive patient outcomes and excellence in the surgical services we provide.

Outpatient surgery options we offer

At LewisGale Hospital Pulaski, our highly skilled and compassionate surgical team offers a wide variety of surgical procedures in the following categories:

  • General surgery
  • Eye surgery
  • Orthopedic surgery

Preparing for surgery

Before surgery, be sure to follow any specific instructions you receive. Make plans to have somebody drive you home from surgery and stay with you for 24 hours. If you have additional questions about what to expect during or after surgery, don't hesitate to reach out to our outpatient surgical team.

Getting to the surgery center

Our surgical center is located inside LewisGale Hospital Pulaski. We suggest parking in the designated Ambulatory Care Services (ACS) parking lot between the ER and the cancer center. Once you walk through the ACS doors, you will see signs that guide you to outpatient surgery.

Our hours are Mon - Fri: 7am - 3pm, and our surgical procedures are by referral only.

Visitor information

If you have a loved one in surgery, we know how important it is to get real-time updates on their procedure. Our nurses give periodic updates to the patient's family and friends throughout the surgery. After the surgery, a doctor will come to the waiting room to give a final report of the procedure.

Surgery at LewisGale Regional Health System

Surgery is the medical treatment of diseases or injuries with instruments used to influence the body. Surgery is used to correct injuries and improve function as a medical necessity or on an elective basis, including some plastic surgery procedures.

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