With unsurpassed medical services and impeccable personalized care for our patients, Westgreen Surgical Center strives to be the premiere ambulatory surgery center serving Katy and West Houston communities. The foundation of our success will rely on dedication, hard work, and integrity in all aspects of business and patient care.
Dedicated to providing an exceptional outpatient surgical experience for our patients, their families, and our physicians.
State of the Art
Westgreen Surgical Center maintains state of the art equipment as well as procedures to ensure excellence and consistency for our patients and physicians.
Highest Quality Surgical Care
Our highly experienced, thoughtful, and compassionate staff work together to create a comfortable and relaxed environment where our patients and physicians can expect remarkable service and care.
Individualized Patient Experience
Each patient receives individual attention at each step of the process, beginning before the procedure is scheduled and completed with a follow up conversation to ensure that each patient has their expectations exceeded and all anxieties relieved.
Westgreen Surgical Center is a new surgery center located in Katy, Texas. Our team of highly trained professionals is dedicated to the satisfaction, health, and safety of our patients. We love serving the residents of Katy and the surrounding areas by providing a safe, comfortable, and convenient location for outpatient surgical procedures. Our facility is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Healthcare (AAAHC) and certified by Medicare.
Goals & Objectives
WHAT TO EXPECT
PLEASE use the website's link to pre-register online.
Pre-registration information will include your personal information, as well as your health history and medical information. The pre-registration process should take approximately 15-30 minutes and will assist our staff in providing you with individualized care planning and ensure that you have a smooth experience on the day of your procedure. Completing the pre-registration information online will reduce the registration and interview time on the day of your procedure.
IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO PRE-REGISTER ONLINE, PLEASE LET US KNOW.
Additionally, we will ask that a list of any allergies and current medications being taken by the patient be brought to the facility on the day of the procedure. This includes any vitamins, herbal supplements, and/or any over the counter medications. Please remember to include dosages, the reason you take the medication, and when you took your last dose. For allergies, please include the patient’s reaction when exposed.
will phone you approximately 24-72 hours prior to your surgery to discuss and/or review your health status, current medications, allergies, and other pre-op information provided from your online patient registration. If you do not receive a call from a nurse, please call the center.
may write a prescription for pain medication for your use at home. You will need purchase your pain medication at the pharmacy of your choice. If your surgeon gives you a prescription in his office prior to your surgery, please get it filled ahead of time so you have the pain medication ready once you are discharged from the center and home.
PLEASE DO NOT
eat or drink anything after midnight the night before your procedure. You will receive specific direction if this does not apply. This includes any fluids, food, gum, mints, tobacco, etc. Please also no milk products. This direction is for your own safety and failure to follow these instructions could result in the delay or cancellation of your surgery.
YOU ARE REQUIRED
to have a responsible adult drive you home and stay with you following your surgery/procedure. For your safety, we cannot allow you to take a taxi cab or any other public transportation home unless accompanied by a responsible adult. Failure to comply could result in the cancellation in your surgery.
If you wear contact lenses,
please bring the lens case with you or wear your glasses the day of your surgery.
be sure to bring your photo ID, insurance card, and any required payment with you.
leave all valuables at home. All jewelry must be removed, including ALL body piercings.
arrive one hour prior to your scheduled surgery/procedure, or as directed by your pre-op nurse.
If you develop a cold or persistent cough, fever, or any other health related problems, or need to cancel your surgery for any reason, please notify your surgeon and call Westgreen Surgical Center. Thank You.
What to Expect While You Are at the Westgreen Surgical Center:
Once here in our center,
you will be escorted into the privacy of your own patient preparatory bay where you will be asked to undress and put on a surgical gown, cap, and booties. A nurse will then take your vital signs (heart rate, blood pressure, and blood oxygenation), place an intravenous catheter in your arm for medication administration, and interview you. The surgeon and/or anesthesiologist will then interview and conduct a physical examination and/or pre-surgical examination. You surgical team will be available and happy to answer any questions you may have prior to your surgery.
Following the completion of your surgery,
members of the surgical team will take you to the recovery area where a recovery care nurse awaits to receive and tend to your needs.
During this time,
the surgeon will speak with your family member or friend regarding the surgery.
Your safety and comfort are the top priorities for the recovery care nurse.
Your blood pressure, heart rate, respirations, and oxygen saturation will be closely monitored while you are recovering from the anesthesia and surgery. He/She will make every effort to make you as comfortable as possible. You will be asked several times to rate your pain or discomfort level and treated accordingly.
Once you are awake and alert,
your family or friend can be brought back to join you in the recovery area.
The recovery care nurse
will go over detailed discharge instructions with you and the friend or family member and answer any questions you may have. You will receive a copy of the discharge instructions to go home with you, along with any needed equipment or supplies.
What to Expect Following Your Surgery:
A nurse from our center
will call you approximately 24-48 hours following your surgery to check on you and answer any questions you may have.
It is important
to follow the discharge instructions given to you by the center to help ensure a proper and safe recovery. If at any time you have questions or concerns about your recovery from surgery, please call your surgeon’s office or the surgery center. If the situation is life threatening, don’t hesitate to call 911.