Before Surgery

Patients who have their procedures performed at City Place Surgery Center enjoy the convenience of a centrally located facility with easily accessible parking, and a streamlined registration process. The facility offers an inviting and comfortable environment designed for efficiency, comfort, safety, and privacy. Patients can rest assured that the friendly and knowledgeable healthcare professionals at City Place Surgery Center will treat them with the utmost care and respect throughout their procedure, as outcomes and patient satisfaction are the true measures of our success.

To hear a message about your patient rights and responsibilities, please call our toll free line at 866-696-6532. Dial ext. 5555 for English or ext. 7777 for Spanish.

What To Do Before Surgery …

  • Your doctor will advise you of any tests that may need to be performed by your primary care physician prior to surgery.
  • Notify your surgeon before coming to the center if there is any change in your physical condition, such as a cold, fever, or a wound near your surgery site.
  • If you become ill or take any new medications prior to your surgery, please notify your doctor immediately.
  • Your doctor will advise you of any tests that may need to be performed by your primary care physician prior to surgery.
  • A member of the surgical center staff will call you a day prior to your surgery to obtain health and registration information, answer any questions you may have, and give your arrival time.
  • If you are undergoing anesthesia, do not eat or drink anything after midnight on the day of your surgery.
  • Unless instructed by your physician, do not take any medication after midnight the day of your surgery. Please note: If you are on blood pressure or heart medication, or if you are a diabetic, obtain specific instructions from your physician.
  • For women, if there is any possibility you are pregnant, please notify your surgeon.
  • For all infants, including those who are breastfed, please bring a bottle with you.
  • Learn about Anesthesia.

What To Do …

Day of Surgery
After Surgery