Our Ambulatory Care unit provides a variety of outpatient services, ranging from surgical and endoscopy procedures to blood transfusions and pain management.
Ambulatory Care is a unit within the hospital where care is provided to patients for many different reasons. A staff of Registered Nurses and License Practical Nurses admit and discharge patients having surgical and endoscopy procedures, administer IV medications and blood transfusions, and provide care for patients having other outpatient procedures, such as eye laser treatments and chronic pain procedures.
The following procedures take place in Ambulatory Care:
Both inpatient and same day surgery are performed in our five state-of-the-art operating rooms.
Learn more about our Surgical Services
Colonoscopies, gastroscopies and bronchoscopies are performed in our Endoscopic Unit for both diagnostic and therapeutic purposes.
Learn more about our Endoscopic procedures.
The Infusion Room allows patients to receive IV medication, blood infusions, or PICC line insertion/management on an outpatient basis.
Pain block procedures are performed in our Pain Clinic to help alleviate chronic pain.
Learn more about our Pain Clinic.
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