MDMH Surgical Services


MDMH is proud to welcome Richard A. A. Day, MD to the new Rocky Mountain Neurosurgery Center!
Dr. Day is certified by American Board of Neurological Surgery, and brings a wealth of experience in spinal, peripheral nerve and cranial surgery to our hospital. The Neurosurgery Center is currently taking appointments. Call 375-4714 today to schedule.

Exceptional Customer Satisfaction
Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital is proud to say - we have an Exceptionally Low Surgical Site Infection Rate and Exceptionally High Customer Satisfaction


Surgeons


Surgery Procedures Available


Call today to schedule
BITTERROOT COSMETIC & RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY
777.4477
BITTERROOT FOOT & ANKLE CLINIC
363.4214
BITTERROOT GENERAL & VASCULAR SURGERY
363.4574
BITTERROOT ORTHOPEDICS & SPORTS MEDICINE
375.4868
BITTERROOT VALLEY EYE ASSOCIATES
363.5434
HAMILTON GENERAL SURGERY
363.0345
HAMILTON OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY
375.4777
RAVALLI ORTHOPEDICS AND SPORTS MEDICINE
361.7680
ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEUROSURGERY CENTER
375.4714
RAVALLI UROLOGY
375.4888

For general inquiries, call 375.4688

When considering surgery, many people have the same questions and concerns.
What are the risks and benefits of this procedure?
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What kind of discomfort or pain will I have and how will I manage it?
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Surgeries and Minimally Invasive Procedures
When undergoing a surgical procedure at Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital, you can rest assured that every step is taken to see that your experience is as comfortable and safe as possible. Your visit or conversation with the Pre-Op Teaching Nurse will include instructions for you to take a shower using an antibacterial soap the morning of your surgery. She will also emphasize how important it is that you take every measure to reduce your risk of infection by practicing diligent hand washing after the surgery itself.

When entering the Surgery Center the morning of your surgery, you receive a warm and cheerful greeting that immediately puts you at ease. The Surgery Center nurse who comes to get you is friendly and personable, and explains what you can expect for the next couple of hours before you go to the operating room. An Operating Room Nurse, a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) and your surgeon take the opportunity to visit with you to further explain what will be happening, and then it's off to the Operating Room.

In the midst of all of this activity in the Surgery Center and the OR, you will experience various things. For certain surgeries, [Read More...]

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