After Your Surgery

Once you are in stable condition, you will be discharged. It is normal to experience sleepiness and dizziness for 12 to 24 hours after surgery.

Post Care: You will receive verbal and written post-surgical care instructions (please follow these instructions). Your escort must be available to discuss and sign these instructions before you will be allowed to go home. If you experience anything unusual after your surgery, please call your surgeon or go to the nearest emergency room. A nurse from our center will call you the next day after your surgery to check on your recovery.

Transportation: DO NOT PLAN TO DRIVE yourself home or use public transportation after your procedure. A friend or relative or dedicated caregiver MUST stay with you for 24 hours.

If you must have surgery, this is the place to be! The moment you walk in the front door, you'll find yourself in a unique setting with the most professional, friendly and fun staff around. The nurses, anesthesiologist, and surgeon were so attentive and listened as I shared my surgical history and concerns. My surgery and recovery couldn't have gone more smoothly. They genuinely care!! Fast forward 10 weeks and I found myself there again. This time my young adult son was the patient. He was lucky enough to find himself in the same room with the same team. His surgery went well and he's started down the road to recovery. I am so thankful for Dr. Hall and his team!”

— Laurie T.