Brookings Health System offers a full range of inpatient, outpatient (same-day surgery) and emergency surgical treatments to allow you to recover close to home, near the comfort of your family and loved ones.
Our new state-of-the-art operating rooms and procedure rooms offer the latest technology in a safe, sterile environment. Our skilled surgeons and professional support staff provide personalized care to patients.
See the improvements to our surgical care unit from our recent expansion.
Our comprehensive surgery services include:
- General Surgery
- Total Joint Replacement – Major and Minor
- Ankle Fractures
- Major and Minor Procedures
- Bipolar TURP
- Holmium Laser Lithotripsy
- Extracorpreal Shockwave Lithotripsy
- OB - Gynecology
- Pain Management and Anesthesia
- Plastic Surgery
Consult with your medical health practitioner for appropriate referral.
Surgical Services Patient Testimonials
Watch Sara Larson of Elkton talk about her experience with an unexpected gallbladder surgery and the results.
Find a Surgeon
To find out more information about the physicians and surgeons who are part of the medical team at Brookings Health System, please search our online physician finder.
Our surgical staff are Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certified and work with physicians, nursing staff, therapists and other specialists to provide high-quality, post-operative care and support to our patients and their families.
We have three surgical suites, two procedure rooms and five post anesthesia care units (PACU) with state-of-the-art technology and instrumentation. Our surgical unit is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Patients and families find comfort receiving the best care close to home.
Contact Surgical Services
Please call (605) 696-8075 for more information. After hours, please call (605) 695-5766 and ask for the Nursing Supervisor.
Preparing for Surgery
When scheduled for a procedure, you will receive a pre-operative phone call the day before the procedure. Staff will review your pre-operative instructions and answer any questions you may have.
Once you are at the hospital, the surgical floor nursing staff will prepare you for your procedure. They will answer your questions and provide your nursing care for your inpatient/outpatient stay. They will prepare you for your discharge and review all instructions with you and a designated family member or support person.
After Your Surgery
If you are an outpatient, a nurse will contact you by phone one or two days after your procedure to see how you are doing and if you have any questions or concerns. If we are unable to reach you by phone, we will contact you through the mail.