Services at this location are provided by Buffalo Hospital.
About this location
Buffalo Hospital's Surgery and Outpatient Center brings expert care and comfort closer to home.
Our experienced staff provides a wide-range of surgical care, including outpatient surgeries and more extensive surgeries requiring an overnight stay at the hospital. We also care for patients needing outpatient procedures including GI endoscopy and IV therapies.
More than 3,300 surgical procedures are performed each year at Buffalo Hospital. Our four operating rooms are equipped with the latest surgical technology, offering patients the confidence and comfort they need when facing a surgical procedure.
Comfort and convenience
The Surgery and Outpatient Center is filled with natural light and provides a single, streamlined space dedicated to surgical and outpatient care. The Surgery Center has it's own entrance with free parking nearby. Other features include:
- Convenient check-in
- 18 private, comfortable patient rooms
- Comfortable waiting areas for patients and families that includes free wireless internet access, coffee, television and a child's play area
Everyone should have a colonoscopy every 10 years, beginning at age 50. Of cancers that affect both men and women, colon cancer is the second leading cancer killer in the United States, but it doesn't have to be. Routine screenings can catch cancer at an early stage, when treatment can often lead to a cure.
To encourage more people to get their screenings, Buffalo Hospital has made the process more convenient and the experience a little more comfortable.
Preparation kits are available for purchase in the Buffalo Hospital Gift Shop, which is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Schedule your appointment today. Call 763-684-7912 to learn more.
Nurses at Buffalo Hospital's Surgery and Outpatient Center provide outpatients with IV (intravenous) therapies. Intravenous therapies, ordered by a health care provider, include:
- IV fluid hydration
- IVIG (intra venous immunoglobin)
- blood transfusions
Nurses also are specially trained to manage common IV lines and special IVs such as Groshongs, Portacaths and PICCs (peripherally inserted central catheters).
While at the Surgery and Outpatient Center, patients are given a private room with a recliner, cable TV and Internet access. Our nurses provide individual care and ensure you understand the IV therapy and what signs and symptoms to watch for after the infusion.