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Surgery

Your health, safety and comfort are our highest priority

Saint Mary's Surgical Services' compassionate team will deliver the highest levels of quality care. Our health care team is comprised of the most qualified and experienced professionals in northern Nevada, ready to provide you with the most up-to-date medical care available.

Saint Mary's Surgical Services
235 West Sixth Street
2nd Floor (Elevator C)
Reno, NV 89503
(775) 770-STAR (7827)

Below are important on what you and your family can expect during your surgery experience with Saint Mary’s:

Surgical Testing and Registration
Pre-Surgical Instructions
Same-Day Surgical Services
Overnight Stay
Recovery and Discharge
Locations, Directions and Parking

superDimension
Electromagnetic Navigation Bronchoscopy (ENB)

We now offers a new procedure called Electromagnetic Navigation Bronchoscopy (ENB) which offers patients a minimally-invasive option to locate, enable biopsy and plan treatment for a lesion detected deep in the lung.

Saint Mary's Center for Cancer is one of the first in Nevada to provide the superDimension® System as an option for patients who have learned they have a hard-to-reach lesion on their lung. Two-thirds of all lung lesions are outside the reach of a bronchoscope, so the ENB procedure combines GPS-like technology with a catheter-based system that uses the patient's natural airways to access lesions that were previously hard to reach. Typically a patient with a lesion on their lung had the options of major surgery to remove a section of the lung, bronchoscopy (which does not reach lesions deep in the lung), needle biopsy, or watchful waiting. The ENB procedure takes less than an hour to complete and is typically performed in an outpatient setting. Its unique approach may increase the chances that a patient will safely get a diagnosis and begin treatment, if needed.

For questions, please call (775) 770-3000.

Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center