Here are some the most commonly asked questions…
A responsible adult (must be 18 years of age or older) to sign you out and drive you home following your procedure. For your safety you are not allowed to take a taxi, bus, driving service, etc.
We respectfully request that your family member/friend DOES NOT leave the facility while you are in your procedure.
What to bring?
- Please bring your Photo ID – Drivers License, Military ID or Passport
- Please bring all health insurance cards and information.
- Paperwork, if completed prior to procedure.
- Please complete forms provided on this site under Patient Forms
What do I do the morning of my procedure?
- Do not eat or drink anything unless instructed by your physician. This includes coffee, water, gum, or mints and chewing tobacco.
- Do not wear make up.
- Leave all valuables at home.
- Please wear comfortable loose fitting clothing.
Where should I park?
There are signs posted around the campus directing you to the east entrance, marked “2127 East Harmony Road,” which is the key entrance for our Surgery Center. The east entrance is located to the right of the “Urgent Care Center” sign.
When should I arrive?
Please arrive one hour before your procedure is scheduled. There are some exceptions so please check with your physician’s office before your procedure.
Where should I go?
Once you have entered the building, from the east entrance, marked “Ambulatory Care Center,” please take the elevators directly to your left, and go to the second floor. You will check in at the Reception desk located right as you get off the elevators.
Where can my family and friends wait for me?
Family and friends may wait in our comfortable lobby. Our lobby is staffed Monday through Friday from 6:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Are there public telephones?
Public telephones are located in our lobby, and on the first floor behind the elevators.
Is this a non-smoking campus?
The entire Harmony Campus is a non-smoking campus. Please dispose of all smoking materials in the containers provided at each entrance.
Welcome to our overnight suites. On occasion your physician may admit you overnight for treatment. Our beautiful, private suites provide just the right atmosphere for your quiet recovery. Your safety, comfort and outcome are always our first priority.
To reach a patient staying in our overnight suites after hours please call (970) 297-6315