Surgical specialists in Loudon County, Virginia

At StoneSprings Hospital Center, we are committed to providing expert surgical treatments close to home. To do this, we invest in advanced surgical technology and work with highly experienced surgeons and surgical teams.

As part of our commitment to being at the forefront of advanced medical technology, we have established the first and only Robotic Training Epicenter for general surgery in northern Virginia. Here, we train new surgeons on minimally invasive robotic surgery techniques. Our epicenter is one of only 40 epicenters in the world.

For more information about StoneSprings Hospital Center's surgical services or for help finding a doctor, call our free, 24/7 Consult-A-Nurse line at (855) 226-7344.

Outpatient and inpatient surgical services

We perform surgical procedures across numerous specialties, including:

Gastrointestinal surgery

Our gastrointestinal (GI) and colorectal surgeons perform surgery when conservative GI care is not an effective treatment to resolve your condition. We are able to use advanced surgical techniques to treat a wide range of GI conditions, from gastrointestinal reflux disease (GERD) to colon cancer.

Orthopedic and spine surgery

We provide comprehensive orthopedic surgical services, including joint replacement and spine surgery. Often, our orthopedic surgeons can stabilize joints, fuse vertebrae and address other orthopedic and spine conditions with minimally invasive procedures.

Other surgical specialties

Minimally invasive surgery

Surgeons at our hospital use minimally invasive technology, such as robotic and laparoscopic surgery whenever possible. Minimally invasive surgery requires only a few small incisions, which leads to several benefits for our patients. Typically, patients experience less postoperative pain, shorter hospital stays and faster recoveries.

Robotic surgery

Robotic surgery is an advanced type of minimally invasive surgery. It involves using miniature surgical instruments to visualize the surgical site with a high-definition 3D camera.

Your surgeon is able to see the magnified, high resolution view of the surgical site while controlling robotic equipment and surgical instruments. The robotic system translates your surgeon’s hand movements into smaller, more precise movements than the human hand could do alone.

Robotic surgical specialties

We can often use robotic surgery for procedures in these specialties:

  • Gastrointestinal surgery
  • General surgery
  • Gynecologic and urogynecologic surgery
  • Urologic surgery

Robotic Training Epicenter

As a Robotic Training Epicenter for general surgery, our surgeons are leaders in robotic surgery expertise. We host surgeons from across the country as they come to learn and study robotic surgery in our specialized, robotic-equipped operating suite.

Being a Robotic Training Epicenter means we:

  • Are part of an elite network of the nation’s most experienced robotic surgeons
  • Have a comprehensive surgical training program directed by a highly experienced surgeon who demonstrates best practices, excellent surgical outcomes and innovation in research
  • Have a training site to proctor and mentor new surgeons throughout the nation

Preparing for your surgical procedure

After your surgery date is set, you will be contacted to set up a preoperative interview, which can be conducted in-person or over the phone. This is when we gather your information as we prepare for your upcoming procedure.

You may preregister for your surgery online. We ask that online preregistration is completed at least 72 hours before your procedure. If a question does not apply to you or your surgery, please answer with “NO” or an “X.”

On the day of your procedure, please enter through the main lobby and check-in at the registration desk.

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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