Preparing for surgery

The coronavirus outbreak has caused several changes in the way patients prepare for surgery.

Watch this video to the right to learn more about pre-surgical testing and instructions.

Specialized surgery for a range of needs 

If you need surgery, you want to find a facility with skilled surgeons, the highest in quality standards and a caring atmosphere. Legacy Health features expertise in a range of surgeries, outstanding quality and an atmosphere for healing and comfort.

Legacy offers a number of surgical specialties, and we work with your primary care provider and any other referring doctors to reach the best outcome.


There are many reasons to have surgery: relieve pain, repair an internal system or to help diagnose a medical issue. At Legacy, you will find specialists in virtually every surgical need.

This page addresses some of them; for other specific surgeries, such as heart surgery, cancer surgery, weight-loss surgery, you can look for them using the "search" above or look into our A-Z section.

Bloodless surgery

Because of religion or other beliefs, many people object to receiving blood transfusions or other blood products as part of their medical treatment. Legacy offers a nationally renowned program for bloodless surgery. Learn more by clicking on the link below.

General surgery

General surgery is a term for a surgical specialty that focuses on a range of conditions affecting almost every area of the body. The experienced surgeons and staff at Legacy offer expertise in general surgery. Learn more by clicking on the link below.

Minimally invasive surgery

Minimally invasive surgery is when doctors perform surgery through tiny incisions. This approach often results in less pain and a quicker recovery time. Minimally invasive surgery is often called laparoscopic surgery.

Legacy offers minimally invasive surgery for many conditions. Learn more by clicking on the link below.

Reconstructive surgery

Reconstructive surgery is, in its broadest sense, the use of surgery to restore the form and function of the body. Learn more by clicking on the link below.

Robotic surgery

Robotic-assisted surgery is offered as an option to treat several conditions including, colorectal cancer, gynecologic cancers, gastrointestinal diseases, urology conditions and more. For a complete list of robotic surgery options, click the link below.



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