AdventHealth Winter Garden, formerly Florida Hospital Winter Garden, offers an outpatient surgical center that features on-site registration, private pre- and post-surgery patient rooms and fully equipped, state-of-the-art operating rooms. Our outpatient surgery center can treat a wide variety of conditions, including breast cancer, gallstones, GERD, hernias and many more. All pre-admission testing can be done on site utilizing our advanced radiology and laboratory services.
Guiding You Back to Whole Health
- Your Specialized Surgical Team
When you need outpatient surgical care, you should have a dedicated team by your side – guiding you through every step of the way. And that’s just who you’ll find here at AdventHealth Winter Garden. Our highly skilled surgeons manage every aspect of your care – working together from diagnosis to surgical procedure, recovery and rehabilitation.
Take comfort in our range of surgical expertise, including:
You’ll also have access to a network of support staff, dedicated to connecting you to any resource you need along your path to wellness.
- Get Back to Your Life
You hit the ground running every day, maximize your time by multitasking, and revel in a “To-Do List” well done. That’s why our team is committed to offering the latest advances in outpatient surgery to get you treated and home – all in the same day. Our team is here for you – offering a wide range of outpatient surgeries, including:
- Laser surgery
And because we know that surgical procedures aren’t just a stressful time for you — but for your loved ones as well —we’ll offer peace of mind to those family and friends here to surround you with care and support. We’ll give family members a pager that allows them to move around the hospital without losing contact with your surgical team. As soon as you’re in the recovery room, they’ll know and will be welcome to wait with you until you’re ready to go home.
- Guiding You Through Your Minimally Invasive Procedure
You may remember back when surgery was called “going under the knife.” With the developments in surgical techniques, however, that’s not so true anymore. In fact, thanks to minimally invasive surgery procedures like endoscopy, the scalpel is no longer the primary tool we use in outpatient surgical procedures.
As an alternative, your doctor may utilize endoscopy to examine, diagnose, and treat various areas inside your body. An endoscope is a thin, flexible tube fitted with a light and camera. Our surgeons employ a number of different endoscopic procedures, including:
- Arthroscopy helps us see inside your joints.
- Bronchoscopy examines your airways and lungs.
- Colonoscopy examines your large intestine and rectum.
- Enteroscopy studies your small intestine.
- Laparoscopy explores your abdomen or pelvis.
- Sigmoidoscopy assesses the lower part of your colon.
- Upper gastrointestinal endoscopy (EGD) examines your esophagus, stomach, and first part of the small intestine, also known as the duodenum.
Your surgical team will discuss your specific procedure in length, answering your questions and explaining what will happen at every step and stage of surgery. It’s just one more way we can ease your mind, body, and spirit.
Outpatient Surgery Services We Offer
A non-surgical procedure that uses a thin, flexible tube with a light and camera attached to it in order to examine the interior of hollow organs or cavities within the body
A minimally invasive surgical procedure in which a fiber-optic instrument is inserted through the abdominal wall to view the organs in the abdomen, operate or perform a diagnostic procedure
A non-invasive surgery that uses a specific beam of light to remove a tumor, wart, lesion, mole, scar, tattoo or wrinkles
The surgical removal of one or both breasts, usually to treat breast cancer
Conditions We Treat
- Breast Cancer
- Foot and Ankle Disorders
- Gallbladder Disease
- Gastroenterological Disorders
- Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)
- Gynecological Disorders
- Hand Disorders
- Hernias (Femoral, Hiatal, Inguinal, Umbilical)
- Kidney Stones
- Urological Disorders
Better Care. Constant Support.
Our multidisciplinary care team will be here for you before, during, and after your procedure. And we’ll do whatever we can to support your recovery, including connecting you with the community resources, local support groups, and wellness programs that can help you continue to feel better long after you leave our surgery center. At AdventHealth Tampa, we do more than just help heal your body; we also aim to ease your mind, lift your spirit, and get you back to whole health as soon as possible.