The Sheboygan Surgery Center is owned and operated by the Surgery Center of Sheboygan, LLC., comprised of eight Sheboygan area physicians and
St. Nicholas Hospital.
Sheboygan Surgery Center is
• patient focused
• delivers high quality care
• offers multi-specialty procedures
• committed to maintaining its state-of-the-art position in the community.
Our staff is experienced and patient-focused. We are a team committed to providing you with the best possible surgical, diagnostic, or pain management procedure possible.
However, our patients say it best.
“The entire staff, including my surgeon, was exceptionally professional and thorough. This competency plus their warmth alleviated any fears I may have had. Thank you for excellent care!”
– An excerpt from one of our many Sheboygan Surgery Center patients.
State-of-the-art is a term that appears often in the healthcare industry. At the Sheboygan Surgery Center, there is no better term to describe our facility, equipment, and range of multi-specialty procedures performed.
Sheboygan Surgery Center features video equipment with high definition monitors. A wide range of minimally invasive procedures, such as joint, gall bladder, and intestinal, are performed using the highest definition video equipment available.
In addition, we have the benefit of sharing St. Nicholas Hospital’s digital Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS). The digital system produces quality images and is immediately available. Our excellent surgeons can view their patients’ radiology images at the Center, which are actually stored in the Hospital’s Radiology Department.
Committed to building the area’s most state-of-the-art facility, we engaged the architectural and building firm of Marshall Erdman & Associates, Inc.; a national firm recognized for their custom-designed outpatient surgery facilities.
As a freestanding outpatient surgery center, we are positioned for cost effectiveness. Charges for our procedures are based on freestanding surgery center guidelines, which are typically lower than outpatient surgery procedures performed in a hospital. In general, you will pay less coinsurance for procedures performed in a freestanding surgery center than for comparable procedures performed in a hospital setting. Private insurance companies also save, which means employers have lower healthcare costs when a surgery center is used.
The Sheboygan Surgery Center adheres to safety and quality of care standards and guidelines. We also participate in the independent accrediting process conducted by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). Accreditation is a voluntary process through which we measure the quality of our services and performance against nationally recognized standards.
The Center achieved accreditation in October, 2008.
In order to participate in the Medicare program and become accredited, the Center is required to meet conditions set by the federal government.