Surgical Services

Osceola Regional Health Center is here to ensure your surgery is as stress-free as possible. We have everything you and your family need to approach your procedure with confidence and comfort.

In addition to being cared for like family, at Osceola Regional Health Center, you’ll find the same new surgery procedures you would expect at major medical centers. The only difference is that with Osceola, you won’t have to travel far.

We offer the following procedures:

  • Cancer surgery
  • Gastrointestinal surgery, including colon and colorectal surgery
  • General surgery, including hernia surgery, gallbladder removal, appendicitis and more
  • Orthopedic and sports medicine surgery, including arthroscopic and joint replacement procedures

Our specialty surgeries include:

  • Eye surgery (ophthalmology) cataracts & YAGS
  • Podiatric (foot and ankle) surgery
  • Thyroid and parathyroid surgery
  • Urologic surgery

At Osceola Regional Health Center, our surgeons employ a wide range of advanced technology and sophisticated techniques. These include:

  • Minimally invasive techniques or laparoscopic procedures that require fewer and smaller incisions, promote faster recovery, and shorten your hospital stay
  • Same-day surgery options
  • High-definition, video and visualization technology for precise image guidance during delicate procedures
  • Spacious operating suites with special lighting and equipment-handling capabilities that enhance safety and energy efficiency
  • Integrated information technology – including medical records and images – that ensures access to everything your team needs for your procedure
  • Specially trained providers who coordinate and guide your care while you stay with us
  • Effective pain control during surgery – delivered by certified Registered Nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) – along with pain management services when you return home
  • Post-surgery rehabilitation – from basic exercises to in-depth programs that help you recover quickly

Here for You—and Your Family

During your stay, you can be sure that your family and loved ones get the support they need to assist you in your health journey, plus the comfort of amenities such as:

  • Comfortable waiting rooms
  • Light refreshments available while you wait
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Special areas for private family/physician consultation

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Health Fact

The first time anesthesia was used successfully for surgery was on October 16, 1846 by Dr. John Collins Warren at Massachusetts General Hospital.