We can perform a wide range of surgical procedures, from minor procedures to surgeries requiring advanced techniques and equipment. Our hospital is equipped to handle a variety of inpatient and outpatient surgeries—planned and unplanned.
Elective surgeries are the ones that are planned. Most surgeries begin with a visit to a physician or surgeon. They will explain the process from planning to recovery, carefully perform your procedure along with a surgical care team. It’s important to find the right person for this important job.
We count with a team of excellent, respected surgeons who have vast experience, advanced technical skills, passion for their work, and compassion for their patients.
Elective surgeries are usually performed Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. If it is more convenient for you to have your surgery done outside of this time frame, talk to your surgeon to have it scheduled at a different time.
Urgent/emergent surgery can be performed at any time of the day or night, depending on the needs of our patients.
Depending on your age, physical condition, and procedure, certain tests may be required before your surgery, including:
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At La Loma Luz Adventist Hospital we have a Pediatric Surgeon available. Pediatric surgery is a sub-specialty of surgery involving the surgery of infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.
Pediatric Surgeons are fully trained surgeons who have additional training in children’s surgery and understand the special needs of children.
Our General surgeon performs a wide range of surgeries. A few of the these surgeries are:
Laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive type of surgery. It is also commonly known as laser surgery. This surgery is done using a camera through small incisions. This means faster recovery from surgery. Most gall bladder removals are performed using this method.
Our Ob/Gyn specialist on staff perform surgeries such as: