Surgical care in Alleghany County, Virginia

We know that scheduling a surgery can be overwhelming. At LewisGale Hospital Allegany, you can depend on our board-certified surgeons and highly trained surgical staff to provide you with expert care and support through your recovery. Our hospital has been serving the Alleghany County community for several years and has been recognized for our dedication to surgical excellence and patient safety.

For more information about our surgical procedures, please contact our Consult-A-Nurse® team at (877) 242-2362.


LewisGale Hospital Alleghany was awarded Healthgrades' Patient Safety Excellence Award three years in a row (2019-2021). We are also accredited by The Joint Commission for achieving excellence against rigorous standards for care.

Our surgery unit has five operating rooms, one specialized endoscopy room and leading-edge robotic surgery options for certain surgical procedures. We offer open visitation, a surgery update text messenger service, and our waiting room has a computerized status board to keep loved ones updated on how long surgery will last and if the patient has been moved to a post-anesthesia care unit (PACU).

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Our surgical specialties

We offer several types of procedures across a range of medical specialties, including:

Preparing for surgery

Our surgical unit and your referring physician will coordinate surgery times, and you will be notified of any limitations on food or water and any other preoperative preparation and postoperative care.

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Getting to our surgery center

The surgery unit is located within LewisGale Hospital Alleghany. There is ample parking in the lot outside the main hospital entrance. You must register with the front desk at the main entrance before the staff directs you to surgery on the second floor.

Surgery at HCA Virginia

Surgery is a branch of medicine that involves treating diseases or injuries by adjusting or removing organs, tissues or bones. Surgery includes both necessary procedures like cardiac surgery, or elective procedures such as joint replacement.

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