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Our goal is to make your visit with us
efficient and comfortable as possible.

To help you and your family prepare for your day of surgery we have developed these Do's & Don'ts, if you require additional information please reach out to our center and our trained staff will be happy to assist you. 


  • Bring your insurance card and/or forms so our business office can bill your insurance company

  • You will sign a consent form at the time of admission. If the patient is a minor, a parent or legal guardian must sign the form and must stay at the facility until the patient is discharged. A stepparent may only sign if they have legal custody of the minor (court-issued custody documents will be required as proof). If a patient is of legal age but may not legally sign a consent due to mental capacity, a person with a court-acknowledged durable power-of-attorney for healthcare must sign the consent form. A lack of a legal guardian may result in the rescheduling of the procedure. 

  • On discharge, you will be required to have a responsible licensed driver take you home and care for you for a minimum of 4 hours. No patient will be permitted to have a procedure unless these criteria are met at the time of admission. 

  • Plan to have someone care for you at home for 4-24 hours after surgery depending on the type of surgery or anesthesia used.

  • Make a follow-up appointment when you get home.

  • If you have any questions, please call your physician or the Surgery Center at (951) 200-7777

  • Have a light dinner the evening before surgery

  • Do not eat or drink anything, including water, after midnight prior to your procedure. This includes coffee, hard candies, chewing gum, or mints. Infants under 3 years of age may have four ounces of clear liquid. four hours before surgery. You may brush your teeth or rinse your mouth

  • Take blood pressure and heart pills with a small sip of water when due. Before taking any other kind of medication prior to surgery, consult your physician

  • Wear comfortable clothing and leave all valuables at home. Regular contact lenses and glasses cannot be worn in the operating room.  Be sure to bring your container to keep these protected while you are in surgery.

  • No visitors at this time.

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