Yuriy Riamov, MD,

Surgery Department Head.



Anesthesiology and ICU

Colon and Rectal Surgery

Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery

General Surgery

Neuro Surgery

Plastic Surgery

Vascular Surgery

Urology Surgery



Quality Care in a Friendly Environment



Our Surgical Services team provides a comforting atmosphere where our patients are treated like family.



Comprehensive Surgical Services.


We perform a complete range of inpatient, outpatient, and short stay minimally invasive surgical procedures. We provide a full range of general, gynaecological, otolaryngology (ENT), coloproctology, vascular, plastic, neurology and urology surgery programs. Our surgical suite is also equipped with an Endoscopy lab where all aspects of GI endoscopies are performed. Our operating rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and trained professionals.

Minimally invasive surgery refers to the surgical technique using a relatively small incision and sometimes is used in conjunction with laparoscopic procedures.  Minimally invasive surgical techniques may be used in spine or hip replacement surgery, as well as abdominal surgeries.  Generally, however, minimally invasive surgery affords much less trauma to the surrounding tissue, reduced risk of infection, less pain, faster healing and a quicker recovery time.



Participating in Your Care is Key to Teamwork:


As a patient, you can play a vital role in making your care safe by becoming an active, involved and informed member of your health care team.



Begin by asking your doctor for information regarding:


  • Your care and condition; in terms you can understand.
  • "Informed consent" before the start of any procedure. Except in emergencies, Informed Consent information includes a description of your procedure, risks and benefits involved, how long you may be incapacitated, and reasonable medical alternatives.
  • Your continuing health requirements after you leave the hospital.


Plan ahead for your return home. Before surgery, be sure to talk to your doctor or nurse about what you may need after your hospital stay. While you are recovering, you may need:


  • Medications, crutches or other equipment
  • Changes in your home environment
  • Caregiver support by family member, friend or paid helper


Follow-up appointments



We will call and check on your progress after surgery. Please don't forget to tell us the convenient time of day to call you. Pain control may be a very important issue for you. Our staff is specially trained in working with patients and their doctors to help reduce pain. If you have any concerns about post-surgical pain, please discuss them with your nurse during the admission process.

At last, remember that we are here for you. Please don't hesitate to call us directly for any questions regarding your surgical care.

Health is better! Choose health!