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At Sincera Surgery Center, we’re proud to provide minimally invasive surgeries and IVF procedures. Our team of physicians are dedicated to delivering quality care, and innovative technology, providing you with cutting-edge treatments in our brand new surgical suite.

Preparing for Surgery

  • Do not eat or drink after midnight the night prior to your procedure. No gum, candy, or mints. Do not smoke.
  • Shower the morning of your procedure. Brush your teeth but avoid swallowing more than a sip of water. Do not wear any perfume or hair sprays. A small amount of unscented deodorant under your arms is okay.
  • Do not wear jewelry- leave your valuables at home.
  • Wear comfortable clothing.
  • Please arrive at the time you are provided. Our team needs this time to get you ready for your procedure. Lateness may jeopardize your procedure.
  • Bring a responsible adult (over 18 years of age) with you to stay during your procedure, drive you home after, and stay with you at home for the day. You may experience lightheadedness, dizziness, and sleepiness following your procedure. DO NOT STAY ALONE. A responsible adult should be with you for this 24-hour period.
  • Bring the names of all medication with you. If you have asthma, bring your inhaler with you even if you use it infrequently.
  • Certain medications may be taken with water an hour before your arrival time. Please review with the registered nurse to confirm.

Recovery Reminders

  • You will be monitored in our recovery area until you meet the criteria for discharge. Your nurse will review your discharge instructions with you and your driver. lf you received anesthesia, your driver will be asked to sign the instructions.
  • Depending on your procedure, you may need someone to stay with you for the first 24 hours following surgery. Do not drive, operate machinery, sign important papers, make critical decisions, or drink alcoholic beverages for 24 hours.
  • Your surgeon will provide you with post-operative instructions regarding diet, rest and medication. ln the event of any difficulties or complications, call your surgeon immediately. The phone number is found on your discharge instruction sheet.
  • We will contact you in the days following your surgery to inquire about your recovery. Please provide the best number to reach you.
  • ln case of emergency, go to the nearest emergency room or call 911.

Patient Rights & Responsibilities

Your Rights

You have rights during your care: respect, consideration, and dignity. You have the right to privacy. We will provide interpretation services if needed. We will provide you with information regarding your diagnosis, evaluation, treatment, and prognosis. You have the right to participate in decisions and ask questions. You have the right to be free from any discrimination, abuse, and we will provide you care in a safe environment. We will provide you with a copy of the bill of rights when you arrive to the surgery center. These are posted in the reception area of the Surgery Center.

Your Responsibilities

You also have responsibilities. Please provide complete and accurate information regarding your health, medications including prescribed and not prescribed, and any allergies or sensitivities. You agree to follow the treatment plan that you and your provider agreed upon. You are responsible to behave respectfully toward your health care providers as well as other patients and visitors. You also have financial responsibility for services provided. Please communicate any needs that you have so that we may provide you with the best care possible.

Directions & Contact Information

Sincera Surgery Center
467 Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite 202A
Fort Washington, PA 19034

P: (267) 460-623534
F: (267) 460-6237

If you have any concerns, complaints, or grievances please contact us for a thorough investigation and prompt response.
Administrator:
267-460-6235 ext. 2404
Director of Nursing: 215-887-2010 ext. 2101
Email: [email protected]

If necessary, patients wishing to register a complaint regarding the Center may contact the Pennsylvania Department of Health:
Director, Division of Acute and Ambulatory Care
625 Forster St. H&W Building, Room 532
Harrisburg, PA 17120-0701

P: 1-717-783-8980

Quality Assurance Complaint Hotline: 1-800-254-5164
If necessary, Medicare beneficiaries may contact the Medicare Ombudsman about the Center at their website, or by phone at: 1-800-MEDICARE (800-633-4227)

Presentation of a complaint will not compromise care.