About your procedure
Information detailing your procedure will have been supplied to you by your surgeon’s or proceduralist’s rooms. Please read this carefully.
The brochures provided will explain your procedure, its risks, the outcomes expected and alternative medical procedures. The information is provided so that you may give informed consent for your procedure. If you have any questions, please contact your surgeon’s or proceduralist’s rooms.
The brochure also includes instructions regarding your preparation for the procedure. Please follow these instructions carefully.
Pregnancy: Please advise one of our staff if you may be pregnant or if you are breastfeeding
Procedure times: The care and safety of you and our other patients is paramount.
Whilst we endeavor to meet the procedure time scheduled, we can not guarantee this. Delays can arise due to issues including:
- Complications with a patient
- Additional time required for more extensive investigation
- Counseling patients and their families
In the event of delays, we ask you to be understanding as we believe you would want the our doctors and staff to take the time to provide you with a better procedural outcome.
Where delays occur, our staff commit to keeping you updated every 15 mins.