Iowa Specialty Hospital

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The Best in Surgery

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Iowa Specialty Hospital offers a wide range of surgical services provided by a staff that is dedicated to providing exceptional care for both inpatient and outpatient surgery.

The surgical staff at Iowa Specialty Hospital is highly qualified and trained and includes an RN First Assist.They are on-call 24 hours a day and work in state-of-the-art operating rooms. We are equipped with six operating rooms and a modern outpatient area with fully equipped private rooms.

Surgical Services Offered 

  • Cataract Surgery

  • Ear, Nose, and Throat: Adenoidectomy, Ear Tube Placement (BMT), Balloon Sinuplasty, Sinus Lavage, Tonsillectomy

  • General Surgery: Gallbladder Surgery, Breast Biopsy, Breast Lumpectomy, Breast Mastectomy, Hernia Repair, Hemorrhoidectomy, Bowel Resection, Colonoscopy, Upper Endoscopy, PEG Tube Insertion, Infusion Port Placement, Appendectomy, Central Line Placement, Paracentesis, Thoracentesis, Sentinel Node Biopsy, Removal of Numerous Skin and Soft Tissue Tumors

  • Gynecology and Women's Health: Hysterectomy, Stress Incontinence, Anterior and Posterior Repair, Vaginoplasty/Labioplasty, Cesarean Section, Diagnostic Laparoscopy, Uterine Ablation, Hysteroscopy

  • Hand Surgery

  • Orthopedics: Total Joint Replacements including Hip, Knee and Shoulder, Partial Knee Replacement, Spinal Surgery, Arthroscopy of the Knee, ACL Reconstruction, Rotator Cuff Repair, Carpal Tunnel Release, Tendon Repair, Trigger Finger Repair

  • Pain Management:  Steroid Injections for Spine, Joint, and Neurogenic Pain.

  • Podiatry: Bunion Surgery, Hammertoe Surgery, Endoscopic Plantar Fasciotomy

  • Urology: Cystoscopes, Circumcision, Hydrocelectomy, Vasectomy Orchiectomy

  • Weight Loss Surgery: Sleeve Gastrectomy

Quality

Iowa Specialty Hospital participates in a national quality improvement initiative called the Surgical Care Improvement Project, or SCIP. SCIP is focused on the most common serious complications that can occur after major surgery—infections, blood clots, and adverse cardiac and respiratory events. Hospitals that participate in SCIP will collect data on the percentage of patients who receive the proper care.

For more information about our quality measures including our current Infection Rate, please visit our Quality Data page.

For more information, please visit our Locations and Hours page for contact information or download the General Instructions for Surgery brochure below.

To find a surgeon, please visit our Surgical Services Providers page.

 

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