Why Choose Us

Specialty Surgical Center offers patients many advantages – especially when compared with a traditional hospital setting.

Quality – Accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care Inc., Speciality Surgical Center participates in a number of ongoing quality and patient safety initiatives. Our facility boasts a cross infection rate of less than 0.1%, our patients are able to heal quickly and get back to eerie lives. The facility enjoys an excellent reputation among patients and physicians, consistently earning high rankings in patient satisfaction surveys. In fact, according to the most recent survey of our patients:

  • 100% of survey respondents would recommend Speciality Surgical Center to others. 
  • 98% of survey respondents rated their level of comfort at Speciality Surgical Center as excellent or good. 

Convenience – Because Speciality Surgical Center is dedicated to outpatient surgery, we are able to avoid many of the delays patients often experience in a hospital setting. By streamlining many administrative processes, patients spend less time waiting. From on-site parking to advance registration, patients enjoy the comfort and efficiency of a smaller environment. Physicians also enjoy block scheduling which allows reduced turnaround time between surgeries. 

Comfort – Our facility is designed with patient comfort in mind. Because the facility is not located in a busy hospital setting, patients enjoy a more soothing, stress-free environment. This allows our staff time to focus exclusively on making your outpatient surgery experience positive one. 

Value – Choosing an ambulatory surgery center (ASC) can save some patients up to 50% in out-of-pocket expenses. ASC's work to provide the best surgical experience possible at a lower cost to patients. Because they are more efficient when it comes to same-day surgery, patients typically pay less co-insurance at an ASC for the same procedure received in a hospital setting. In an effort to make pricing more transparent, cost information is generally available to patients prior to surgery.