A safe, comfortable environment, Kansas Surgery & Recovery Center enhances the cost-effective delivery of outpatient surgical care with the introduction of inpatient beds for more extended stays. State-of-the-art equipment and a highly trained staff are ready to meet patients' needs for safety and comfort. Here you'll find quality surgical health care at a reduced cost; a comfortable facility without the "hospital" feeling; and a staff trained to minimize apprehension and anxiety about surgery. At KSRC, you'll find specialized care facilities for both outpatient and inpatient needs, including:
- 12 operating rooms
- 2 special procedure rooms
- 30 pre- and post-operative stations
- 32 private rooms inpatient beds
Kansas Surgery & Recovery Center, as an integral part of the Wichita community, is committed to providing state of the art, patient focused, high quality, affordable health care. This will be accomplished through healthcare professionals who are competent caring people dedicated to patient and service excellence and responsive resource management in a distinct spiritual environment without prejudice as to race, color, religion, age, national origin, or gender.
Why elective surgery at KSRC makes sense
- Your own doctor performs the procedure at Kansas Surgery and Recovery Center's comfortable facility.
- You have greater flexibility in scheduling surgery at a time convenient to you.
- KSRC specializes in elective surgery. Because of this, overhead costs have been greatly reduced. KSRC is able to pass these reduced costs on to our patients.
- Studies show that patients recover faster in the comfort of their homes than at a hospital.
- No delays from emergencies taking priority, as can occur with hospital-based surgery.
How do I get referred to KSRC?
- Patients are referred to KSRC by a personal physician.
- No person will be refused service on the basis of race, color, age, sex, national origin, physical or mental limitations.
Financial Planning Information
- KSRC will directly bill the appropriate insurance company or governmental agency for patient care.
- The patient is responsible for upfront deductibles and coinsurance payments before receiving services.