Surgical Services

Pre-Op Patient Information

There’s no need to travel far for high-quality surgical care from a team of experienced surgeons. We offer both in-patient and outpatient surgical procedures, from screenings to treatment. Memorial Hospital’s Surgical Suite, located on the main campus, houses the practices of our expert Surgical Services team, including:Christopher Marvelli, MD, Victor Lazaron, MD, and  Kelly Bishop-Bartolomei, MD, both board-certified in general surgery; and Morice P. Dennery, MD (at right), the region’s only board-certified Urologist.  Memorial also has state-of-the-art operating theater just steps from the Surgical Suite in the main hospital building.

Surgical services offered at Memorial include:

  • General surgery (including breast biopsy, gallbladder surgery, hernia surgery, colon and breast surgery, colonoscopy, upper endoscopy)
  • Obstetrics/Gynecology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Orthopedic—including knee, hip and shoulder replacements
  • Otolaryngology (ear, nose, throat)
  • Podiatry
  • Urology—including laser prostate surgery, laprascopic kidney surgery, shockwave lithotripsy (kidney stone surgery), incontinence, and erectile dysfunction

Our surgeons are supported by a skilled team of Registered Nurses, Certified Surgical Technicians, surgeons, and Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists.

Preparation for surgery is extremely important to reduce the risk of complications during surgery as well as improve your comfort level and recovery time after surgery. To assist you with this process, click on Pre-Op Patient Information to preview information that will help you in preparing for surgery.

Safe, Quality Anesthesia Care

Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) provide a full range of anesthesia care to patients at Memorial Hospital using state-of-the-art anesthetics and equipment. CRNAs work closely with healthcare providers to bring patients safely and pleasantly through their anesthesia experience.

Prior to a procedure, a CRNA meets with the patient to complete a review of their health history and explain the anesthesia procedure involved and possible options. Whether a patient is in the hospital to deliver a new baby, have surgery, or need emergency care, the CRNAs at Memorial Hospital are here to help ensure a good outcome.

To view the CRNAs currently on the hospital’s medical staff, visit our Find a Provider page and choose "Anesthesia” under “Specialty”.