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Providence surgical services draws patients from across Montana and Idaho. Our specialized staff is up-to-date on the latest surgical research and trends. And, our surgical facilities offer the newest, safest technology available. From general surgery to specialized cardiac procedures to robot-assisted options, we have your surgical needs covered.
General surgeons are physicians extensively trained and prepared to diagnose and treat a broad spectrum of diseases that require surgery. The expertise of a general surgeon is wide and ranges from investigative surgery in order to diagnose ailments, to the removal or repair of organs and other tissues.
General surgeons are also trained in trauma and emergency surgery. They are capable of dealing with almost any type of surgical emergency, but are often needed to stop internal bleeding, remove a gallbladder or appendix, correct a bowel obstruction or close an intestine.
We need important information about you to ensure you get the best, safest care possible. Before your surgery, please prepare to provide your personal medication history and health status.
Your surgeon may want you to perform certain tests, have a preoperative appointment or use or stop taking certain medications before surgery. The preoperative appointment is an opportunity to talk with your surgeon and ask any questions before your surgery.
Above all, your health and your safety are important to us. Getting the right information helps us provide you with the safest, most effective care.