Need help with pre-registration?

You can contact the Pre-Registration Department at 469-240-8540

Things to know BEFORE your Surgery

To expedite your check-in process, we will need to obtain your medical history, you will receive a text or email to start this process. If not received, the Pre-Registration Department will be contacting you prior to your date of service. Please call 469-240-8540 if you need assistance.

DO NOT eat any food, chew any gum, or drink any liquids after MIDNIGHT, the night before your surgery, unless advised otherwise by your anesthesia provider

It is important for you to follow these guidelines listed below before surgery to prevent delay or cancellations.


STOP all BLOOD THINNERS
(e.g. Coumadin, Plavix, Lovenox, Motrin, Advil, Ibuprofen, Aleve, Naprosyn, Lodine, Relafen, Aspirin, etc..) 7 to 10 days prior to surgery- unless advised otherwise by your doctor.

The Evening Prior to Surgery
Refrain from smoking cigarettes, using tobacco products or drinking alcohol for 12 hours prior to surgery. Have a light meal for dinner (easily digestible).

The Morning of Surgery
Please only take medications as instructed by your doctor or anesthesia provider with a SIP OF WATER. You may brush your teeth but spit out all liquids.

Remove all Jewelry and leave all valuables at home. Please bring your identification, insurance card, and your form of payment with you. If you are over the age of 18 it is required that you bring your identification at the time of registration.

Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing. You may have a brace, splint, or bandage that may make it difficult to wear form-fitting clothing. Loose, button-up shirts are recommended for shoulder and elbow surgery. You may wear underwear and socks during the procedure unless contraindicated for your surgery.

If you need glasses or contacts, please bring them with the cases. You will be asked to remove them prior to surgery.

For CHILDREN having surgery, you may bring a few comfort items from home such as a blanket, toy or a sippy cup

COVID-19
To reduce the risk of a possible COVID-19 exposure we are limiting the amount of people we allow in the building. If your surgery is under 45 minutes only one responsible adult is permitted in the center. (Exceptions: patients age 17 and younger, patients requiring special needs or an additional caretaker) Wearing a mask is required by both the patient and the responsible adult.

The patient and their responsible adult (if the responsible adult is entering the facility) will be screened for COVID-19 on the date of service at the registration desk. The screening will consist of a series of questions and a temperature check.