We understand that surgery can often be frightening for patients and their families.
That’s why we’ve made a commitment to be with you every step of the way—to
make your surgical experience as smooth, successful and caring as we can.
That’s what our promise, “We’re In This Together,” means.
First, we’ll be sure that all necessary medical tests, clearances and reports are complete before your surgery happens. We’ll gather information from you, your primary care physician and your surgeon so that everyone understands your individual medical situation before surgery.
Second, we’ll be sure that you understand your particular insurance situation, and your individual financial obligations (if any) before your surgery happens. That means you won’t get any unforeseen financial surprises after your surgery.
Finally, we want your surgical experience to be as emotionally comfortable as possible. That means making sure that you and your family understand exactly what will take place before, during and after your operation. We know that timely communication, in clear language that you understand, is the best way to help you and your family know what to expect every step of the way.
We do this because when it comes to improving your health, we’re in this together.
You can trust us to deliver compassion and a bedside manner that enriches the lives of our patients. Our surgeons and staff partner with you and your family to provide a smooth, caring, surgical experience – one that produces successful results.
Suffering from chronic pain? Using the most advanced techniques to administer injections, board-certified anesthesiologists enable thousands of patients to lead more active and productive lives with minimal or no pain.
After almost a quarter century,
Abington Surgical Center’s
leaders know what superior
medical care looks and feels
like. Technical know how and
experience are a necessary
ingredient for surgical success.
We’ve never been in a healthcare facility where it was so warm and where the people made us feel so welcome and special. My husband did so well there and it was an incredible experience for us both. The staff was wonderful and so caring unlike any we’ve ever experienced.
The staff walked my mother and me through the process, and that was all we needed…I was frequently asked by multiple staff members if I needed any blankets to keep me warm while waiting to enter the surgery room….The nurse helped me with everything…She allowed plenty of recovery time for me….
The nursing staff was very friendly and nice, helping me to understand everything that was going on, step by step, with my procedure. My every need was met, from the warm blanket to the cold cup of ginger ale.
Everyone was so kind. I was terrified especially because I came alone, but the staff made me feel comfortable and safe. I know the staff was so busy because of the weather, but they never made me feel rushed. They took very good care of me.
After surgery, I had no pain. Someone from Abington Surgery Center called me early the next day. She was very nice, and I felt I could ask questions if I needed to. I cannot say enough.
Everyone was wonderful. Thank you.
I had my first experience in Abington Surgical Center on Friday, January 24, 2014.…I was greeted with bright eyes and smiles at 7:16 a.m.; my intake process was quick, accurate, and efficient, and my surgery prep was most comfortable. The RN who administered my IV drip did so with precision and ease despite my long history of poor, uncooperating veins….I wish to take the opportunity to thank all of the staff that I encountered on that day….Thank you for your kindness and display of the tru…
The professionalism of the Abington Surgical Center staff and Dr. Guba was exceptional. They explained the procedure that they were performing on my son and asked me if I had any questions or concerns. After surgery, Dr. Guba updated me on the progress. I personally couldn’t have asked for more.
Does Your Insurance Company Cover Anesthesia Cost for Pain Procedures?
When undergoing any procedure, comfort and safety is a priority for both the physician and the patient with anesthesia being a significant component in achieving this. Recently, many insurance companies have updated their policies and no longer cover certain types of sedation commonly utilized in pain management procedures. This leaves many patients in the position of needing to pay for […]