It can be a shock to hear you may need surgery. But sometimes, it’s the best option to get you back to good health. We’re here to help you through it with planning and preparation. You’ll work with our surgeons and staff to assure you get answers to your questions and the best treatment option. We’re with you before, during and after surgery through your full recovery.
At Banner Health, our goal is to help you be as healthy as possible. When you need surgery, we’re your partners to help you get back to good health. Our surgical teams perform thousands of surgeries every year, using a variety of procedures for many conditions. Surgical treatments we provide include:
We focus on providing you the best surgical experience possible. Specialized services help us do that. The surgical care area is where your entire surgical team — surgeons, anesthesiologists, nurses — works together to care for you before, during and after surgery.
The intensive care unit (ICU) is where your care team can monitor and provide a higher level of care if needed as you begin your recovery. Special services and procedures to help you manage your pain help you recover faster.
There’s no doubt you and your family will have lots of questions about surgery and other treatment options. We’re here to answer them all and walk through the entire process with you. Learn more about what you can expect; how to prepare for your procedure; and classes, events and support groups we offer.
When surgery is the best treatment option for your condition or injury, you can count on McKee Medical Center for the surgical care you need.
We offer inpatient and outpatient surgeries to treat a wide range of conditions. Whenever we can, our surgeons use minimally invasive procedures, such as robot-assisted surgery. This procedure requires tiny incisions, which means less pain, a shorter hospital stay and a quicker recovery for you.
Surgical treatments we provide include:
Total care includes body, mind and spirit. Our pre-surgery workshop lets you prepare for surgery, using mind-body (complementary) practices to help you feel calmer before surgery, require less pain medication and recover faster. It’s part of our partnership with you to provide total care.