Auckland Surgical Centre - Paediatric Surgery
Private Surgical Service General Surgery
Auckland Surgical Centre has an established pedigree in day stay surgical services and a reputation for innovation in relation to anaesthetics and pain management related to those services. The hospital's strong reputation in the Auckland region has been built around these strengths, and also its leading orthopaedic and plastic surgery services.
In terms of facilities, significant expansion at Auckland Surgical Centre, in 1996, allowed the hospital to accommodate 4 operating theatres, stage one recovery facilities, day-stay recovery areas, and a 20-bed overnight stay facility. More recent upgrades to patient and consulting areas and facilities, including the patient reception area, have been completed.
Procedures / Treatments
Umbilical Hernia An incision (cut) is made underneath the navel (tummy button) and the hernia (part of the intestine that is bulging through the abdominal wall) is pushed back into the abdominal cavity.… More
A small incision (cut) is made in the groin on the side of the undescended testicle and the testicle pulled down into the scrotum.… More
A long, narrow tube with a tiny camera attached (sigmoidoscope) is inserted into the anus and moved through the lower large intestine (bowel).… More
The foreskin is pulled away from the body of the penis and cut off, exposing the underlying head of the penis (glans).… More
Shave Biopsy: the top layers of skin in the area being investigated are shaved off with a scalpel (surgical knife) for investigation under a microscope.… More
Skin Lesion Excision
Skin lesions such as cysts and tumours are removed by cutting around and under them with a scalpel. More
A minor surgical procedure is performed to widen the urinary meatus or opening (where the urine exits the body). More
A small cut is made in the scrotum and the fluid is drained from the hydrocoele sac (a fluid-filled mass that forms in the scrotum).… More
A small cut is made in the scrotum, the cord supplying blood to the testicle is untwisted and both testes are sutured (stitched) to the scrotum to prevent another torsion. More
Ward visiting hours are flexible, but we ask that visitors leave by 8pm.
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Free off street patient and visitor parking provided.
Phone (09) 925 4700
Fax (09) 925 4718
All queries to reception at the Hospital
Surgeons can be contacted at their private consultation rooms.
9 St Mark's Road
9 St Mark's Road
Auckland Surgical Centre
9 St Marks Rd
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This page was last updated at 1:21PM on August 10, 2020. This information is reviewed and edited by Auckland Surgical Centre - Paediatric Surgery.