Virtual Tour

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Welcome

We are proud of our AAAHC certified outpatient surgery center.

 

Free parking is available.

Enter the main central doors, our center is to your left on the main floor. 

You will enter the reception area and be greeted and checked in.  You will be escorted to a changing area and the pre op holding bays. 

       

We have three Operating Rooms.  Your procedure will take place in one of these rooms. 

If you are having laser surgery it will be done in our laser room and you will not change clothes.

You will meet your anesthesiologist or CRNA prior to your procedure.  You should bring any concerns or previous anesthesia complications to their attention as well as your doctor and nurse.

After your surgery you will be brought to the recovery area. 

 

When stable you will be discharged.

 

Support Staff

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Support Staff

Director of Nursing

Surgery Scheduling

Pre Op / PACU RNs

Circulating OR RNs

Be Prepared

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Welcome to Red Rock Surgery Center, dedicated to providing excellence in outpatient surgical care in a customer-focused, service-oriented environment. The center is conveniently located in the heart of Summerlin.

We ask that you take a minute and read these pages that contain important information about your surgery. And please, remember…we are here to serve you, and want to make your surgical experience as comfortable as possible. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact our staff at 702/227-5848.

Pre-operative Testing

Many patients are required to have tests prior to surgery. You will receive instructions and orders for pre-operative testing from your surgeon. Tests may include:

  • Laboratory work (within four weeks of your scheduled surgery date)
  • EKG (within three months)
  • Chest X-ray (within six months)

 

Please have all test results faxed to Red Rock Surgery Center at  702-227-5849 prior to the date of your surgery.

Diet

Food or liquid in your stomach may cause your surgery to be postponed or cancelled. Please follow these guidelines:

The night before your surgery, do not eat anything after 9 p.m. and do not drink anything after midnight

  • If your surgery is scheduled at 1 p.m. or later, you may have ONE cup (8 oz.) of water before 8 a.m.
  • Have a light dinner and avoid alcohol intake the evening prior to your surgery
  • Cessation of smoking as soon as possible but at least 24 hours prior to surgery is recommended as beneficial to your post-operative recovery


Preparing for Surgery

Please arrive at the center at least one hour prior to your scheduled surgery time, unless instructed otherwise by surgery center personnel. If possible, on the day of surgery, remain at a phone where you can be reached. Please bring any orders from your doctor, X-rays or other items to be used at the center.

A consent form will be signed upon your arrival. If a patient is under the age of 18, the consent must be signed by a parent or guardian. Parents must remain at the center until their child is discharged. If you are a conservator for a patient, please bring copies of your medical power of attorney. Once you have been registered, you will be admitted to the pre-operative area where you will be prepared for surgery by a nurse and assessed by an anesthesiologist or CRNA.

Since we have limited space in our reception area, we ask that only one family member or friend accompany you. Please leave young children and siblings at home.

Dress

Remove any contact lenses. Do wear your glasses and bring a case for storage while you are in surgery. Wear comfortable, loose clothing and low-heeled shoes. A gown will be provided during your stay at the center. Leave all jewelry at home. All body jewelry must be removed.

Time of Stay

Generally, most patients remain in the post-anesthesia care unit for at least one hour after completion of surgery. However, you may require additional time. You will not be able to drive unless you have no sedation (for minor laser surgeries). A responsible adult must be available to drive you home approximately one hour after your surgery. The center will validate parking. You will not be allowed to return home without a responsible adult.

Post-op Restrictions

If you are having an anesthetic, you should plan to have a responsible adult family member or friend remain with you the first 24 hours following surgery.

You may feel dizzy or drowsy after your surgery. For your comfort and safety, do not drive or drink alcoholic beverages for the rest of the day. You will receive post-operative instructions from your doctor prior to leaving the center. Follow these instructions carefully. If you have problems after returning home, call your doctor’s office.

A nurse from Red Rock Surgery Center will contact you at home to check on you condition. Please address any concerns at that time.

If there is an emergency DO NOT wait for the nurse to contact you! Call 911 or obtain a ride to the nearest emergency room.

Please limit your activities for a few days after your procedure. You should consult your physician prior to returning to work and resuming normal activities
 

Links

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Links

These are links to other sites they may be helpful to you.

Academic orthopedic society – www.aoassn.org

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons – aaos.org

American Association for Hand Surgery – www.handsurgery.org

American Association of hip & knee surgeons – www.aahks.org

American Back Society – www.americanbacksoc.org

American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation – www.aapmr.org

American college of sports medicine – www.acsm.org

American college of Surgeons – www.facs.org

American Council on Exercise – www.acefitness.org

American Dietic Association – www.eatright.org

American Heart Association – www.americanheart.org

American Medical Association – www.ama-assn.org

American Orthopedic Association – www.aoassn.org

American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine – www.sportsmed.org

American Society for Bone and Mineral Research – www.asbmr.org

American Society for Surgery of the Hand – www.assh.org

American Spinal Injury Association – www.asia-spinalinjury.org

Arthroscopic Association of North America – www.aana.org

California Medical Association – www.cmanet.org

Cervical Spine Research Society – www.csrs.org

Clinical Orthopedic Society – www.cosociety.org

Orthopaedic Research Society – www.ors.org

Orthopaedic Trauma Association – www.ota.org

Complete Source for Knee Information - www.Knee1.com

Complete Source for Back Care - www.Back1.com

Complete Source for Shoulder Health - www.Shoulder1.com

All about Back & Neck Pain – www.allaboutbackandneckpain.com

American Academy of Pain Management – www.aapainmanage.org

Arthritis Foundation – www.arthritis.org

Back Pain – www.spine-health.com

Back Pain on WebMD & Support Groups – http://mywebmd.com/condition_center/bpn

A world of information on Pain – Pain.com – www.Pain.com

Chronic Pain Support Groups – www.chronicpainsupport.org

State of Nevada Division of Workers Compensation – http://dirweb.state.nv.us/WCS/wcs.htm

Federated Ambulatory Surgery Association - http://www.fasa.org

American Society of Anesthesiologists - http://www.asahq.org

Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc. - http://www.aaahc.org

Spine and Sport rehabilitation - http://www.spineandsport.com

Dr. David Malitz - eye , LASIK, Cataract http://www.sweyeinstitute.com

Dr. Jon Siems  www.siemslasik.com
 
Dr. Jon Sorelle -  hand  www.tmihi.com
 
Dr. Jeffrey Roth  plastic surgery www.jjrothmd.com/
 
Dr. Anthony Borgia - foot and leg http://www.lasvegasfootandleg.com/

Spine-Health.com - http://www.spine-health.com

Ben Venger, M.D. - pain , spinal stimulators  http://tspain.com/
 
Brian Parker, MD - plastic surgery www.lvplasticsurgery.com/
 
Julio Garcia, MD - plastic surgery www.lvcosmeticsurgery.com/
 
 
 
CareCredit - finance your procedure -  http://www.carecredit.com
 
we accept Visa and Mastercard 
 
 
 

List of ASC Procedures

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Common Procedures In Ambulatory Surgery centers


•Foot and ankle surgery
•Pain management
•Balance disorders
•Gall bladder surgery
•Podiatry and chiropody
•Blood disorders (Haematology)
•Gastro intestinal (GI) treatment
•Prostate cancer treatment
•Blushing, flushing and sweating
•Gynaecology
•Psychiatric care
•Bone marrow transplant
•Hair loss treatment
•Psychology
•Breast surgery
•Hand and wrist surgery
•Psychotherapy
•Burns and scars
•Heart surgery
•Respiratory conditions
•Cancer treatment
•Hernia surgery
•Sexual health and medicine
•Cardiology
•High blood pressure
•Skin disorders
•Circumcision
•Hip replacement
•Sleep disorders
•Colonoscopy and Endoscopy
•Hysterectomy
•Spinal surgery
•Colorectal surgery
•Impotence
•Sports injury
•Contraception
•Infertility treatment
•Stem cell treatment
•Cosmetic surgery
•Knee surgery
•Stroke / brain rehabilitation
•Dentistry
•Laser eye surgery
•Thoracic surgery
•Diabetes treatment
•Laser skin treatment
•Urgent treatment
•Dialysis treatment
•Liver treatment and transplants
•Urology
•Elbow and shoulder surgery
•Men's health
•Varicose vein treatment
•Endocrine treatment
•Neurology
•Vasectomy
•ENT surgery
•Neurosurgery
•Vasectomy reversal
•Epilepsy
•Obesity treatment
•Women's health
•Eye surgery
•Osteoporosis treatment