We understand surgery is a major event in your life.   

We are committed to the highest quality care before, during, & after your surgery.  

Our staff members make an elite care team with one common goal – you, the patient. We will do whatever is takes to help put your mind at ease before your procedure and give you a great patient experience.   

Your nurses will stand by your side & hold your hand while you drift off to sleep while giving you their undivided attention. 

If your child is having surgery, the nurses will carry your child back to the OR as if he/she were their own child. 


The Bellevue Hospital offers a broad spectrum of surgical procedures to serve our pediatric through geriatric population.  Included in these surgery procedures, but not limited to are some of the following surgeries: 

  • General
  • Urology
  • Orthopedic
  • Spine
  • OB/Gyn
  • ENT
  • Vascular
  • Thoracic
  • Cardiac (Pacemakers & Defibrillators)
  • Podiatry
  • Ophthalmic

The Surgery Department has 7 total rooms: 

  • Four Operating Rooms
  • Urology Suite
  • Endoscopy Suite
  • Special Procedure Suite

Each surgery suite is outfitted with state-of–the-art equipment providing you the most current surgical procedures. 


Staff members while you are in surgery may include:

  • Circulating Nurse (Registered Nurse)
  • Certified Surgical Technician (Scrub-tech)
  • RNFA (Registered Nurse First Assistant)
  • Anesthesiologist
  • Primary Surgeon
  • Assisting Surgeon


The staff is continually educated & updated on current & new surgical procedures & equipment to assure that TBH is giving the most top-notch care possible. 

Whatever your needs, our Surgery Team has you as their #1 priority. Talk to your physician or advanced practice provider about a referral. 


Pre-Admission Testing       


Ambulatory Surgery     


What will happen the day of my surgery?     


Discharge and recovery as a same day surgery patient         


Pain Management Center       


Sterile Processing   


How Can I be involved in my surgery care?