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If you’re interested in having a plastic surgery procedure, then you’re most likely putting 100% of your focus on choosing the right surgeon. As experts in plastic surgery, we wanted to remind you that the condition of the operating room where you’ll have the surgery is just as important as who performs the procedure itself. Any reputable surgeon will make operating room safety his or her chief priority and perform surgery in a hospital or surgery center that has been accredited by a recognized national certifying agency.
What an Accredited Operating Room Should Have
Accredited operating rooms in hospitals or surgery centers should have a patient’s rights and responsibilities prominently displayed. An accredited operating room will also have a number of other features, which may not be easily seen, but are all in place to ensure patient safety, including:
What an Accredited Operating Room Should Not Have
During your initial consultation with your plastic surgeon, ask if you could have a tour of the hospital or surgery center where you’ll have the surgery, or if you can at least see pictures. Keep an eye out for these features, which may seem benign at first glance, but all indicate an operating room that has not met basic requirements for operating room safety:
Make Sure Your Surgeon uses an Accredited Operating Room
If you’re planning to have plastic surgery, confirm that your surgeon will be operating in a hospital or surgical center that has been accredited by one of these nationally recognized agencies:
Don’t be afraid to ask your potential surgeon if he or she performs surgery in an accredited facility. If the surgeon can’t immediately answer “yes” and provide proof, then keep searching.
Northeastern Plastic Surgery understands your desire for a beautiful, youthful looking body and facial appearance. We use the latest plastic surgery techniques to perform a variety of surgical procedures. Dr. Fodero and the staff are very friendly, helpful, and available to answer any questions you may have. Please contact us today to learn more about the services we offer.
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