Welcome To City Place Surgery Center

Located in Creve Coeur, Missouri in the St Louis metro area, City Place Surgery Center is an ambulatory surgery center (ASC) providing outpatient surgery. Our surgical suites are equipped with the latest medical technology to provide you with the most advanced options available for your healthcare needs. The physicians at City Place Surgical Center are dedicated to providing efficient, quality care with optimal recovery time.

City Place Surgery Center | Creve Coeur, MO

Our Specialties

City Place Surgery Center is a fully-equipped ambulatory surgery center (ASC).  Our surgical suites are equipped with state-of-the-art technology to perform outpatient surgical procedures.  Our physicians treat many orthopedic, neurological and pain management medical conditions.

Common Questions

  • Your surgeon will inform you if you need to see your primary physician before scheduling surgery.
  • You will have a consultation with your surgeon and the anesthesiologist prior to your surgery.
  • For most procedures, plan on an hour and a half before your surgical appointment and an hour after surgery.
  • Most patients go home after surgery when stable; however, your surgeon will determine if overnight care is required for your procedure
  • After your surgery, a nurse will go over instructions your surgeon has written for you with you and your companion.
  • Medications can take up to 24 hours to leave your system. We recommend someone stay with you for your safety.
  • The type of anesthesia that will be used will be determined during your pre-surgery consultation.
  • Your physician may prescribe pain medicine for home use.
  • Consult your physician for specific instructions. For most procedures, you may take your blood pressure, heart and thyroid medications with a very small sip of water.
  • Do not take diabetic medications without the permission of a pre-op nurse. You could be without food for 12 hours or longer and we don’t want you to have an insulin reaction.
  • Remove all jewelry. Some equipment in the OR can cause burns when jewelry is worn.
  • Bring your government-issued photo ID, insurance cards, any applicable patient forms, and any payment that you may have been asked to bring.