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P&S Surgical Hospital embraces a patient-focused philosophy. We continue to evaluate and enhance our surgical care, implement innovative medical technology, and refine our processes to ensure patient comfort and efficiency. The hallmark of our success can be found in our talented, compassionate, and friendly staff who understand and believe in delivering outstanding patient care.

Surgery has been the foundation of our hospital for over 20 years. During that time, we have provided a quality in-patient and out-patient surgical program of which the community can be proud. Seven operating suites equipped with modern technology offer our specialists and staff excellent tools to provide the best patient outcomes.

The surgery service offers specialized procedures in the following specialties:

  • ENT
  • General Surgery (including bariatric surgery)
  • GYN
  • Neurosurgery
  • Ophthalmology
  • Oral Surgery
  • Orthopedics
  • Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
  • Urology

P&S Surgical Hospital is proud to offer patients the benefits of advanced technology, innovative procedures, outstanding clinical talent, and a unique emphasis on patient comfort and care in order to achieve superior patient satisfaction and superior patient outcomes. The design, management, staffing, and operation of the hospital focus on each patient’s needs and overall comfort.

Pain Relief After Surgery

Pain relief after surgery is a critical part of the recovery process. When you are not in pain, you move around sooner, have a better appetite and ultimately return to normal activities quicker. P&S offers several options for controlling post-op pain.

  • Local and Regional Nerve Block Anesthesia provide a reversible regional loss of sensation. Local anesthetics reduce pain, thereby facilitating surgical procedures. Delivery techniques broaden the clinical applicability of local anesthetics. These techniques include topical anesthesia, ring blocks, and peripheral nerve blocks.
  • Continuous Nerve Blocks begin with a regional nerve block. A small catheter is placed at the surgical site and is connected to a balloon-like pump that automatically delivers medicine to the affected nerves. The pump is completely portable, and pain relief can last up to 72 hours.
  • Spinal and Epidural Anesthesia are techniques that numb surgical patients from the feet to the waist area. Both spinal and epidural anesthesia involve administering medications directly into the subarachnoid or epidural space. These pain relief methods can lasts for several hours and are dependent upon dose of medication.