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Scheduled Surgical Procedures are Safe - An Update for Our Patients

Scheduled Surgical Procedures are Safe - An Update for Our Patients

Surgery at Mission Health

Mission Health brings together an expert team of general surgeons with specialized expertise in the diagnosis and surgical management of conditions of the alimentary tract, breast, skin and soft tissue; the abdomen; and the endocrine system. Our general surgeons are extensively trained and highly skilled, and serve patients using advanced technology, the latest surgical techniques and compassionate care.

At Mission, we strive to deliver world class care close to home, and perform more general surgical procedures and more robotic surgical procedures than any other hospital system in the region. We have the only fellowship- trained surgeons in a variety of specialties, including surgical oncology, endocrine surgery and hepatobiliary surgery, ensuring you have access to an experienced team of surgeons using the most up-to-date, minimally invasive techniques.

Types of Surgery We Offer at Mission Health

Surgeons on the Mission Hospital medical staff are board certified, and many have completed specialized training in a variety of other disciplines, including:

We value team-based, comprehensive care and work as an extension of healthcare for primary care physicians, while working alongside imaging specialists, specially trained staff and the patient to determine the best treatment based on your specific needs and goals. We also offer top-notch follow-up care to address your questions and provide recovery instructions as you heal.

Talk to your primary care provider about the different surgery options available for your condition or to ask for a referral to one of Mission’s general surgeons.

Patient Stories

  I said to myself, ‘I’ll just have it checked out so that I can move on with my life.’ It’s a good thing I did because that decision saved my life.  

Louanne Sheffield
Mission Surgery Patient