BEACON EMR HIPAA Disclaimer Site Map Social Media
BayCare Health System
Community Benefit Financial Assistance Policy Quality Report Card Health Library News Doctor Connect Find Us
Services Hospitals Find A Doctor Classes & Events About Us Careers Contact Us Get E-Newsletter
Preparing for Your Procedure
 Back  Back

May We Help You?

Call 1-877-692-2922
Monday-Friday, 8am to 5pm

Persons with hearing and speech disabilities can reach the above number through TDD and other specialized equipment by calling the Florida Relay Service at 711.

Contact Us
Search jobs

Decrease (-) Restore Default Increase (+) Font Size
Print    Email

Preparing for Your Procedure

Before Your Procedure

  • After your physician's office has scheduled your procedure, you will receive a telephone call from one of our nurses.
  • We will review your pre-op instructions and confirm your arrival time.
  • We will ask you about your health. The information you provide will help us prepare for your procedure.
  • If you suspect that you may be pregnant, please notify your physician. Anesthesia and certain medications can be harmful to your developing baby.
  • If our team has not contacted you by the day before your scheduled procedure, please call our pre-admission nurse at :

                    BayCare Surgery Center (formerly Trinity Surgery Center)
                    2020 Trinity Oaks Boulevard, Trinity
                    (727) 372-4055

                    Bardmoor Surgery Center
                    8787 Bryan Dairy Road, Suite 300, Largo
                    (727) 394-5318

                    Carillon Surgery Center
                    900 Carillon Parkway, Suite 205, St. Petersburg
                    (727) 561-2710

                    Physicians Surgery Center
                    705 16th St. North, St. Petersburg
                    (727) 550-4500

 The Night Before Your Procedure

  • Please do not eat or drink anything after midnight the night before your procedure - including water, gum, mints or vitamins - unless your physician or nurse has given you special instructions stating otherwise. This fasting is very important for your safety. If you do not follow these instructions, your procedure may be delayed or rescheduled.
  • If you are taking medications, the nurse will give you instructions on what you should do. Please bring with you a list of medications you are taking.

The Morning of Your Procedure

  • Do not eat or drink anything unless you have been given special instructions to do otherwise.
  • Do not wear jewelry, a watch or makeup. If you wear contact lenses, please bring a case and/or your glasses.
  • Wear comfortable clothing.
  • Leave valuables and jewelry at home. The surgery center is not responsible for lost articles.
  • A responsible adult must be available to drive you home and remain with your for a designated time following your procedure.
  • Patients under 18 years of age must have a parent or legal guardian with them to sign consent forms.
  • If you are diabetic, we will test your blood sugar upon arrival.  If you take insulin, please bring it with you.
  • If you use inhalers, please bring them with you.
  • Bring a list of the names and doses of current medications.
  • Remember to bring your insurance and identification cards with you.
  • Please be prepared to pay any insurance co-pays or other deductibles prior to your procedure.

Arriving at Our Surgery Center

  • Please sign in with the receptionist. Make sure you have proper phone numbers to contact your family or the person bringing you home.
  • The admission nurse will bring you to the pre-op area where you will change into a patient gown and receive further instructions and treatment as necessary to prepare for your procedure.
  • You will meet your anesthesiologist who will answer any of your questions, then you will be taken to the procedure room.
  • For minor patients, a parent or legal guardian must remain in the surgery center throughout the child's entire stay.

Serving The Tampa Bay Area © Copyright 2014 BayCare Health System