Phone 913-432-4355

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Prairie Surgical Care — Always There

We hope you use this website to help make your experience more comfortable, predictable, and safe.

 

Our Promise

We will always -
Treat you with courtesy and respect.
Listen to you carefully.
Explain in a way you understand.

Before you arrive

We realize you may not be feeling well and it can be intimidating facing the possibility of an operation. May we suggest organizing your thoughts by completing the Patient History - Self Reporting form prior to arriving to the office. Make a list of your most important questions. Tell us about any testing you may have done so we can view the results together.

How can I get the most out of my initial consult visit?

When you let us know about an ultrasound or CT scan the doc can have it ready to discuss with you.  Bring a family member to help take notes. If you forget to ask something, don't worry. We will have another chance to talk before surgery.

Post-Op Care

We are a private office and will stand by you every step of the way. Your recovery will be followed on a daily basis assuring as smooth of a path to recovery as possible.

 

Contact Us

Georgetown Medical Building

8901 W. 74th Street, Suite 312, Merriam, KS 66204

Phone 913-432-4355

Fax 913-432-5994

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Your Care Team

Surgery Coordinator

Shelley

Practice Manager

Sharon

 

Services

We are a specialty practice providing expertise in elective and emergency surgery.

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Laparoscopic Surgery

Laparoscopic cholecystectomy (gallbladder)
Laparoscopic hernia repair (incisional, umbilical)
Laparoscopic splenectomy

Surgeons

Colorectal Surgery

Laparoscopic colon resection for cancer or diverticulitis
Pilonidal cyst excision

Hernia Surgery

inguinal (groin)
Incisional 
Complex (recurrent)
Component Separation

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Emergency Surgery

Appendectomy
Bowel obstructions

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Hernia Playbook

Benefit from the experience of patients before you for a predictable, comfortable, and safe recovery.