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  • What is an ASC?
    An ASC is a facility that provides same-day surgical care, including diagnostic and preventive procedures, as well as surgeries that do not require an overnight hospital stay.
  • What are the benefits of having a procedure done at an ASC?
    ASCs offer patients several benefits, including shorter wait times, lower costs, and greater convenience. ASCs typically have lower infection rates than hospitals, and patients may experience less stress and anxiety since they are able to return home the same day.
  • How do I prepare for my ASC procedure?
    Your doctor will provide specific instructions on how to prepare for your procedure. These may include fasting for a certain amount of time before the procedure, stopping certain medications, arranging for transportation to and from the ASC, and arranging for someone to stay with you after the procedure.
  • What can I expect on the day of my procedure?
    You will check in at the ASC and fill out any necessary paperwork. You will then be taken to a preoperative area where you will change into a gown and be prepared for your procedure. You will receive anesthesia, and your procedure will be performed. After the procedure, you will be monitored in a recovery area before being discharged to go home.
  • What should I do after my procedure?
    You should follow the specific post-operative instructions provided by your doctor. This may include rest, taking medication, and avoiding certain activities. You should also monitor for any signs of infection or other complications and contact your doctor if you have any concerns.
  • Is it safe to have a procedure at an ASC?
    ASCs are regulated by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and must meet strict safety and quality standards. The risk of complications is generally low, but as with any medical procedure, there are some risks. Your doctor will discuss these risks with you and help you make an informed decision about your care.