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What Big Choice Do I Have?

Every person has the right to choose their healthcare. These decisions are based on what is most important to the individuals who need care.

If you are looking for an option that offers first class care from your trusted physician and highly trained staff with efficiency at a much lower cost, then Skyline is the place for you.

Time and Cost Efficiencies

Time and Cost 

Our care plans are individualized to the patient and their needs at the time of service.

We work closely with you, your surgeon and your home support system to provide you with the best care possible in a time that is safe, but significantly less than larger healthcare facilities. On average, patients spend 20% less time in ASC facilities versus a hospital for the same procedure.

How to Choose a Physician

How To Choose A Physician?

With 65 credentialed providers, chances are your surgeon already does procedures at Skyline. Ask your provider to have your procedure done here.

Care and Follow-Up

Skyline focuses on an individualized care plan. The care each patient receives is unique to that patient and the type of procedure. We use a team approach that involves the patient, the physician, the nursing staff and the patient's at home support system to ensure the patient's needs are met while at Skyline and after they are discharged.

Benefits of ASC Facilities

Benefits Of ASC Facilities

Ambulatory Surgery Centers, also known as ASCs, are facilities focused on providing surgical care without the need for the patient to stay in the hospital overnight. 

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Reduced Medical Costs
Increased Physician Accessibility
Lower Stress
Easy Scheduling

Our Specialties


After you and your provider have chosen Skyline Surgery Center to have your procedure done, you will begin to receive text messages from the Patient Financial Counselor and the Clinical staff.

These texts messages will guide you through insurance and benefit verification, gathering pertinent medical history,

pre-procedure instructions and arrival times.

You have the option to not receive our text messages and receive staff phone calls containing the same information

and gathering the same information if you prefer.

General Pre-Procedure Instructions

1.  Do not eat or drink anything after midnight the night before surgery.


2.  Bring photo ID and insurance card the day of surgery.

3.  Leave all jewelry (rings, body piercings, necklaces, ect.) and valuables (extra cash, credit cards, personal items) at home.

4.  Wear loose fitting comfortable clothing appropriate for the surgery you are having.

5.  Shower the night before or the morning of surgery and do not apply lotion to skin.

6.  Females ages 10-60 with a uterus be prepared to provide a urine sample in pre-op for a pregnancy test.

7.  Arrange for a ride home with a responsible adult and for a caregiver for the first 24 hours after surgery.

8.  Bring a list of all your medications with the dosages and times taken.


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