F.A.Q.


Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASC) are facilities for surgeries that do not require a hospital admission once performed. They provide a safe, cost-effective, caring and convenient environment that is less stressful than a large hospital setting.
Our staff will call you the day before your surgery to tell you the time to arrive at the SurgCenter. If you have not received a call by 4:00pm on the day prior to surgery, please contact the Center to inquire about your arrival and surgery time.
Please call both your surgeon’s office and the surgery center as soon as possible. If you call after hours, an answering service will take your message.
Please check with your insurance carrier to review your benefits and determine if pre-authorization is required. If you need assistance with this, the SurgCenter billing department will be happy to help you.
Please go to the Patient’s Resources section of this website to review what to do before your surgery, the day of surgery, and after your surgery.
  • Please bring all insurance cards and information with you. Your doctor will provide you with a Surgical Center Registration Form that you can fill out and bring with you.
  • Please bring a list of your medications, including the dosages and include a list of any supplements, herbal preparations and vitamins that you take.
  • Please bring your healthcare Power of Attorney and/or Guardianship papers (if applicable).
  • Please remove all jewelry and leave any valuables home (including rings, watches, necklaces, earrings, and money).
  • While we do our best to safeguard your belongings, they are best secured at home.
If you are having surgery under anesthesia, with the exception of local anesthesia, you cannot drive, and must be accompanied home by a responsible adult. This policy is for your safety, and is strictly adhered to. You cannot take a taxi home, unless accompanied by a responsible adult.
Due to the need for privacy, we suggest that a limit of one or two family members visit the patient during the postoperative phase. We are happy to give family members waiting in reception area periodic updates on the patient’s condition.
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Advanced Regional Surgery Center, LLC

360 Missouri Avenue 19A, Suite 102
Jeffersonville, IN 47130

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Phone:  1-812-722-1480
Email:  cmurphy@advancedregionalsc.com
Website: www.advancedregionalsc.com