Hurley Medical Center is a leader in innovative, state-of-the-art surgical techniques, coupled with a commitment to the highest quality patient- and family-centered care.
We offer a broad scope of services for adult, the adolescent and pediatric populations, made available our staff, resources and the capacity to get patients into surgery immediately, if necessary. In fact, emergency surgical consults are available 24 hours a day.
As part of a certified Level I trauma facility at Hurley Medical Center, our surgeons are board certified in a range of surgical disciplines and can treat a broad spectrum of highly complicated cases. They are recognized leaders in their specialties and are dedicated to delivering the best outcomes possible for every patient.
In addition to our highly skilled team of surgeons, surgical nurses, anesthesiologists and other medical professionals, we provide the most advanced surgical technology to assure each patient access to the best possible option.
Why Choose Hurley
We understand that a successful surgery begins well before you enter the operating room and continues after you have been discharged and are at home recovering from the procedure. With this in mind, our physicians consult with patients and their families before surgery to truly understanding what is expected from the procedure. A registered nurse is on hand to manage the patient’s care in the office and to help develop a patient-care plan. This plan helps keep everyone well-informed at every step in the process.
Helpful Advice Before Surgery
Before you come to Hurley Medical Center for your surgery, you should have the following:
- Insurance cards
- Your picture ID
- A list of all medications you are currently taking
- A list of all known allergies (include latex allergy, if applicable)
- All x-ray, ultrasound or MRI films if the testing was not done at Hurley
Consider bringing a friend or family member with you!
When preparing for surgery, there is a lot to think about. Some people find it helpful to bring a trusted friend or family member to their appointments, to support them emotionally and to help them remember things (such as questions to ask, or information the surgeon and medical staff should be aware of).