Welcome to Surgery Center South
Leaders in Outpatient Surgical Care
Welcome to Surgery Center South, a world-class outpatient surgery facility that has helped set the standard in outpatient care for the past 3 decades. Since our opening in 1985, Surgery Center South has evolved into a state-of-the-art 42,000 square feet facility that features 8 fully-equipped operating rooms, 2 procedure rooms and an additional 4 operating rooms coming online later in 2017.
We are proud to offer patients from across the tri-state area the comfort, safety, convenience and cost savings of a Medicare-approved AAAHC (Accredited Association for Ambulatory Health Care) facility that is fully licensed and accredited by the state of Alabama. Today, Surgery Center South is recognized as one of the leading outpatient centers of its kind.
Our specially trained surgical staff and team of eye care professionals strives to provide patients a relaxed, comfortable setting that allows them and their family members to enjoy a pleasant experience with us and to achieve the best possible surgical results. We know that having surgery can be a stressful time for family and loved ones and do our best to ensure all of your questions are answered and that families and friends are updated during the surgical process.
LOWER COSTS THAN HOSPITAL-BASED SURGERY
Because we perform surgery in an outpatient setting, our expenses – and our fees to patients – are substantially less than what they would be for surgical procedures performed in a traditional hospital-based setting. These savings are not only passed on to our patients, but also to Medicare and the insurance industry. There is no safer, more affordable way to perform the type of procedures we offer at Surgery Center South than in an approved outpatient setting like ours.
LATEST TECHNOLOGY / SURGICAL TECHNIQUES
Our experienced surgeons are uniquely qualified to perform your outpatient procedure and are specially trained in the latest surgical techniques. We offer the latest advances in technology, diagnostics and equipment and participate in national clinical studies to evaluate new surgical techniques, pharmaceuticals and technology and advance our level of care.