JENNIE STUART AMBULATORY SURGERY CAMPUS
At the Jennie Stuart Ambulatory Surgery Campus (JSASC), we focus our attention on making your outpatient experience as pleasant as possible. Our highly trained staff and your surgeon or physician combine state-of-the-art equipment and compassion to provide you with consistent, high-quality care in a supportive environment. Your personal comfort and rapid recovery are our highest priorities.
An Ambulatory Surgery Campus (ASC) is a facility where surgeries that do not require a hospital admission are performed. Patients who elect to have surgery at an ASC arrive the day of the procedure, have the surgery in an operating room, and recover under the care of nursing staff, all without hospital admission.
The JSASC is qualified to provide a variety of the most sophisticated, outpatient surgical and diagnostic procedures, including:
|Laser Cataract Surgery
The following checklist will help you get the most out of your visit:
Prior to your procedure
You will receive a call from a pre-admit nurse to:
- Review your medical history and current medications. If you suspect that you are pregnant please notify your physician or the nurse at this time. Anesthesia and certain medications may be harmful to the developing fetus
- Time and date of your procedure
- Any questions you may have about your procedure
- If you have not received a call from a member of our staff by 3:00 p.m. on the day prior to your procedure, please give us a call at 270-885-6200
The night before your procedure
Please do not eat or drink anything after midnight the night before your procedure including gum, water, mints or vitamins unless a pre-admit nurse has given you special instructions from the Anesthesiologist stating otherwise. This is very important for your safety. Failure to do so may result in a delay or cancellation of your procedure.
Persons under the age of 18 years old must have a parent or legal guardian with them to consent to treatment. This person must remain in the center at all times. Children may keep a small toy or special item with them for comfort. Please bring diapers and a bottle or sippee cup if applicable.
The morning of your procedure
- Do not eat or drink anything
- Do not use tobacco products of any type
- Do not wear jewelry, watches, makeup, or nail polish
- If you wear glasses, please bring a case with you. No contact lenses please. The ASC will not be responsible for lost or damaged articles
Please wear comfortable clothing that you can change easily and will not bind the site of your surgery
Remember to bring:
- Insurance card
- Driver’s license (If you do not have a driver’s license, another form of identification will be required)
- Medicare card (if applicable) with you
- And a responsible adult to drive you home
Arrive at your designated time given by the pre-admit nurse prior to your procedure and being a family member or friend to wait for you.
After your procedure
You must have a responsible adult with you to drive you home or accompany you if you plan to use an alternative mode of transportation. No more than two family members are allowed to visit during recovery. Have someone plan to stay with you through the night once you are discharged.
Questions or concerns
We understand that you may have questions or concerns about your procedure. Our staff is available to answer any questions. Please let us know how we may be of assistance. Our goal is to make your experience with us a positive one.