Surgical Care at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center
Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center cares for more surgical patients than any hospital in Arizona.
Whether the surgery is to repair a hernia, replace a knee or hip, or fix an ailing heart, our medical professionals have the experience, skill and technology to achieve the best possible outcomes.
Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center offers the benefits of surgical robotics, which offers a less-invasive option to traditional surgery for patients, resulting in quicker recovery.
The surgery department at Banner Good Samaritan has 17 operating rooms in a unique surgery-in-the-round design. Leading-edge technology for both general and highly specialized surgeries is routinely available throughout the various operating rooms.
Specialty rooms include:
- Three Open Heart surgical rooms
- Two Neurosurgical rooms
- Two Laminar Flow rooms
- One Endoscopic surgical room
- One Trauma surgical room
- Eight Multi-specialty rooms
Our Surgical Care Area includes the pre-operative holding unit, the operating rooms, the post-anesthesia care unit (PACU) and the sterile processing unit.
Our Surgical Care staff focuses on a proactive approach to quality patient care that includes communication and education. From the time the patient begins preparing for surgery through the time the patient is recovering, our team emphasizes a family-centered approach to help ease any anxiety a patient may have.
It is likely the patient will experience some discomfort following their surgical procedure. There are many methods available to keep pain levels to an acceptable level that will allow a patient to participate in therapy and rest. Discuss these options with the surgeon and anesthesiologist and review our additional information on pain management.