Medical Profile: Central Utah Surgical Center


1067 N. 500 West, Provo (801) 374-0354

Central Utah Surgical Center has been providing top-level outpatient surgery services since it opened its doors in 1995.

Central Utah Surgical Center has been providing top-level outpatient surgery services since it opened its doors in 1995.

For the past 15 years, Utah County physicians, surgeons and patients have had an alternative to the hospital for their surgical needs. Central Utah Surgical Center opened its doors in 1995 and has been providing the best in outpatient surgery ever since.

The Central Utah Surgical Center is equipped to host any outpatient surgery that isn’t cardiovascular in nature. They are especially well suited to the following surgical areas: gastroenterology, orthopedics, hand surgery, ophthalmology, general surgery, ear, nose and throat surgery, urology, podiatry, gynecology, cosmetic and reconstructive surgery, oral surgery, pediatric dental surgery, and pain management surgery.

“We’re capable of taking care of any surgical needs for patients not requiring a hospital stay,” says Jill Andrews, administrator at Central Utah Surgical Center. “It’s very cost effective to use an outpatient facility. Many times care can be provided at a cost savings to the patient as well as the insurance companies and government agencies like Medicare and Medicaid.”

The staff at Central Utah Surgical Center understands that physicians and patients have many options for their surgical needs throughout the valley. That’s why staff members work hard to be the best at what they do. From the skilled anesthesiologists to the nursing staff and administration, they work hard to reflect the professionalism and skill of each physician.

“We measure our success by your satisfaction,” Jill says. “We also want to exceed the expectations of our patients and our physicians.”

Part of the convenience of using Central Utah Surgical Center is that the administration and management is located on site. If there’s a billing or insurance question, the answers come quickly.

Each clinical member is ACLS certified to ensure that critical care needs are met.

Central Utah Surgical Center has just completed their fourth JCAHO accreditation survey. They are also accredited by Medicare.

The facility is locally owned and operated, meaning it is truly neighbors helping neighbors.

“The dollars spent at the facility generally stay here in the community,” Jill says. “We are a for-profit facility, which means we provide tax dollars back into the community as well.”

Ask your surgeon about Central Utah Surgical Center for your next outpatient procedure.

Free Medical Tip: Patients can save money and time by having outpatient surgery at a surgical center — like Central Utah Surgical Center — instead of a hospital. Outpatient surgeries typically require less recovery and allow the patient to heal at home.

Like this story(0)

Leave a Reply

Submit Comment