New Ulm Medical Center Surgery Center
New Ulm, MN 56073
- Mon—Fri 6 a.m.—4 p.m.
- Sat—Sun Closed
Services at this location are provided by New Ulm Medical Center.
About this location
New Ulm Medical Center's comprehensive surgical services are here for you, close to home. Our expert surgical services team offer skilled and compassionate high-quality surgical care.
More than 1,800 surgical procedures are performed each year at New Ulm Medical Center including both inpatient and outpatient (same day) surgeries.
Our Surgery Center offers:
- three operating rooms, including two 575 square foot operating rooms (ORs) to meet today's standards
- precision, minimally invasive robotic surgery capabilities
- state-of-the-art post anesthesia recovery area
- private pre-operative and recovery rooms for same-day surgery patients
- a welcoming and conveniently located family waiting area
Types of surgeries performed:
- endoscopic (colonoscopy, upper endoscopy)
- general surgery
- hernia repair
- joint replacements
- ophthalmology (laser)
- ear, nose and throat
- tonsils and adenoids
- varicose veins
Our post-anesthesia care unit (PACU) provides recovery time with one-on-one attention from skilled nursing staff. The patient is closely monitored and provided pain control and education.
Should you need to stay overnight, you'll be admitted to our medical-surgical care unit. All of our patient rooms are private, with televisions and wireless high speed internet.
Your care team
New Ulm Medical Center prides itself on having caring, expert caregivers who put patients first. Everything we do is designed to meet your needs in an atmosphere that promotes healing and comfort.
Our nursing staff's responsiveness and level of personalized, skilled care is second to none. Survey results show that the strong, personal connection our nurses make with their patients stands out as one of the most satisfying parts of their hospital experience.
While in the hospital, you will be cared for by a hospitalist, who is a doctor who specializes in coordinating the care of patients while in the hospital. Hospitalists work with your referring doctor and transition your medical care back to them when you're ready to go home.
A lot of people are involved in delivery comprehensive care to patients. Your care team may consist of a doctor, nurses, pharmacists, respiratory therapists, dietitians, social workers, RN care coordinators and laboratory, imaging and rehabilitation staff as needed.
Specialty care unit
For patients who are critically ill or for those with cardiac conditions, New Ulm Medical Center has a dedicated Specialty Care Unit. These patient rooms are equipped with advanced monitoring equipment and are staffed by nurses with advanced training to care for seriously ill patients.