Nationally Recognized Surgical Care, Close to Home
Day Kimball Healthcare offers a wide range of surgical care, from complex and specialized surgeries to minor procedures. We work with some of the region's best surgeons and offer some of the latest surgical technologies. Our personalized patient care ensures an integrated and seamless experience.
Our surgical facilities at Day Kimball Hospital include our Ambulatory Care Unit and four operating rooms in our Brousseau Surgical Suite, located within the Hale Medical Pavilion.
Our Surgical Care Services Include:
Working in concert with our integrated Women’s Health care services, Cancer Care services and Breast Health Program, Day Kimball Healthcare provides comprehensive breast surgery within a coordinated and compassionate environment. Go to Breast Surgery
Working closely with your cardiologist, our surgical care team can perform expert pacemaker implants and battery changes in a comfortable setting that’s close to home. Go to Cardiac Surgery
DKH's Endoscopy Suite within the Ambulatory Care Unit at Day Kimball Hospital offers comprehensive endoscopic services through our Ambulatory Care Unit for the diagnosis and treatment of various diseases and conditions. Go to Endoscopic Services
DKH's associated Ophthalmologist is highly skilled at both medical and surgical eye care and works closely with the rest of our surgical team to provide you with exceptional care before, during and after your surgery. Go to Eye Surgery
We provide comprehensive gynecological surgery, and our OB/GYN physicians have extensive experience performing minimally invasive and highly specialized gynecological surgeries. Go to Gynecologic Surgery
We provide a complete array of orthopedic surgical care, including: hip and knee replacement; spine care and surgery; hand, elbow and shoulder surgery; and foot and ankle surgery. Go to Orthopedic Surgery
Our board-certified orthopedic surgeon specializes in spinal medicine and surgery, and develops an individualized treatment plan for each patient that might include physical therapy, chiropractic care, acupuncture, medications and other options. Go to Spine Surgery