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Surgery Center at Memorial Hospital

Inpatient surgery, two locations:

Memorial Hospital Central

1400 E. Boulder St.
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
(map & directions)


Hospital Operator: 719-365-5000

Free valet parking available


Memorial Hospital North

4050 Briargate Parkway

Colorado Springs, CO 80920

(map & directions)

Hospital Operator: 719-365-5000

Free parking available

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Outpatient Surgery:

Printers Park Medical Plaza

175 S. Union

Colorado Springs, CO 80909


(map & directions)

Free parking available

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Learn About Our Surgery Center in 5 Steps:

» Step 1. Our Surgery Center
» Step 2. Our Surgeons & Specialists
» Step 3. Our Surgery Procedures
» Step 4. Outpatient Surgery
» Step 5. How to Contact Us and Prepare for Surgery


Physician Practices:

» Memorial General & Vascular Surgery

» Memorial Cancer Medicine Specialists

» Memorial Breast Surgery Specialists



To find a doctor, take a class, or for health information, call HealthLink at 719-444-CARE(2273) or go to: HealthLink online.

Below is a list of doctors and specialists that may be part of your surgical care at Memorial Hospital:

When a patient undergoes surgery, a team of medical staff assists the surgeon in the procedure. The number of team members differs depending on the type of surgery performed. Below is a list of doctors and specialists that may be a part of your surgical care:


A surgeon has completed four years of medical school and has received further specialized training after medical school. Most surgeons have passed exams given by a national board of surgeons for "board certification." In addition, some surgeons have the letters F.A.C.S. behind their name. This means they passed review by the Fellows of the American College of Surgeons (FACS).

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An anesthesiologist has completed four years of post-medical school training in anesthesia, in addition to the required four years of medical school. Anesthesiologists usually further specialize in certain surgery specialties, such as neurosurgical anesthesia. The anesthesiologist is involved in all three phases of surgery: preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative management.

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Certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA)

The nurse anesthetist takes care of the patient before, during, and after surgical or obstetrical procedures. The nurse constantly monitors every important function of the patient's body and can modify the anesthetic to ensure maximum safety and comfort. A nurse anesthetist has a bachelor degree in nursing, followed by specialized training in anesthesia. Nurse anesthetists are required to pass a national certification examination to become CRNAs.

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Operating room nurse/circulating nurse

Registered nurses are registered and licensed by the state to care for patients. Some nurses concentrate in a specialized field, such as surgery. The operating room nurse assists the surgeon during surgery. Operating room nurses are certified in various surgical areas.

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How to Schedule an Appointment

To schedule an appointment or for questions about your surgery, please contact your physician's office.

If you have questions about your outpatient surgery at Memorial, please call:

Outpatient Surgery: 719-365-6363

Please note, scheduling a surgical procedure almost always requires a physician’s order.

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Find a doctor, take a class, get health information

To find a doctor, sign up for a health class, or get health information, ask our nurses at HealthLink by calling 719-444-CARE (2273).

Or go online:

» Go to: HealthLink Online

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Learn more about our surgery center:

» Next Step: Our Surgery Procedures