Surgical Services in Ravalli County
Exceptional Safety Standards & Patient Outcomes
Our patients have peace of mind. Whether you are having a surgical procedure,
a colonoscopy or endoscopy, a team of professionals will be there to answer
your questions and provide you with quality service and care. The time
our staff takes to guide patients through the surgical process helps our
patients feel prepared and confident the day of their procedure. In the
numerous surgeries, we perform every year, our rate of surgical site infections
is well below the national average and nearly non-existent.
Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital Surgical Services Department is staffed with
board-certified surgeons, endoscopists, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists,
(CRNA), Registered Nurses, and certified surgical technicians. Our surgeons
perform an array of surgical services from elective to non-elective surgeries.
Our surgeons are highly specialized and patient outcomes are consistently
outstanding, with the majority of our patients making a full recovery
in a short period of time after their operation. Below are the surgical
specialties available to you!
General Surgery: Gallbladder Surgery, Hernia Repair, Appendectomy, Colon Surgery
Neurosurgery: Spine, Peripheral Nerves, Cranium
Obstetrics and Gynecologic Surgery: Hysterectomy (full and lap assisted), Pelvic Surgery, Cesarean Section
Orthopedics & Sports Medicine: Total Joints, Knee and Shoulder Scopes, Carpel Tunnel Release, Fractures
Ophthalmology: Cataract Surgery, Glaucoma Surgery, Entropion-Folding Eyelid Repair
Upper and lower gastrointestinal procedures including colonoscopy and endoscopy
- Other surgical specialties include urology, podiatry and cosmetic and reconstructive
Surgical Technology & Minimally Invasive Procedures
Our medical equipment and technology have advanced to keep up with a growing
population and new developments in healthcare. A major benefit of advanced
technology is that we can perform safer and more minimally invasive procedures.
In these operations, surgeons only need to make a few small incisions
(if any) to perform the surgery. As a result, the risk of infection is
decreased and patients can recover from their operation faster.
If you have additional questions, call our Surgical Services Department
at (406) 375-4688.