Learn about the benefits of minimally invasive surgery, including smaller incisions and faster recovery.
If you’re going to have surgery, Mercy Gilbert is the place to be.
We take pride in our investment in the latest technologies, such as the da Vinci robotic surgical system, to make surgery more accurate and convenient, and less invasive, for both patients and surgeons. This means less time in the hospital and faster recoveries at home so you can get back to life quicker than ever before.
From the most simple surgery to the very complex, our caring nurses and staff will be with you every step of the way, whether you will be with us for inpatient surgery, or if you will go home for outpatient recovery.
Technological advancements take surgery beyond the limits of the human hand at Mercy Gilbert. We now offer minimally invasive robotic surgery options with the da Vinci® Si HD™ Surgical System. Learn More
If your surgeon schedules inpatient surgery, this means you will be recovering in the hospital overnight or for several nights following your procedure. Prior to your inpatient surgery, our surgery admission nurse will call you to obtain your medical history and provide additional information to help you prepare. Learn More
Outpatient surgery, or same day surgery, does not require an overnight hospital stay. Whether an operation can be done as outpatient surgery depends on the potential for complications before and after surgery. Your doctor or surgeon will also take into account your age, medical history and overall health. Learn More
A registered nurse from our pre-operative team will call you before surgery. Take this time to ask any questions or raise any concerns you may have. Learn More
If you have any questions or concerns that arise before surgery, please call our surgery admission nurse at (480) 728-7062.
Our surgery admission nurse will call you before surgery to gather your medical history and other important details. This information will help us develop the optimal treatment plan for you, including surgical procedures, anesthesia and pain management. Learn More
Upon your arrival to the pre-surgery area, your family members will receive a card with your personal identification number (PIN), the name of your surgeon and a phone number to call with any questions. Learn More
After surgery, you will recover for a short period of time in the Post Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU). Learn More
If you have questions or concerns about anesthesia or what to expect after surgery, please call us anytime at (480) 728-7140.