Surgical Suites Guide

In 2009 Memorial celebrated the completion of the largest expansion in its 113-year history. The surgical suite replacement project has increased capacity to 13 major surgery suites, with room for expansion as needed.

Rooms can accommodate all types of surgeries from the most complex to the most common, including: cardiovascular cases, orthopedics, neurosurgery, trauma, and daVinci robotic surgery.

Memorial now operates one of the most technologically advanced surgical centers in the country. Our new facility will help attract additional surgeons to the community. Memorial is currently recruiting pediatric surgeons as part of the Children's Hospital expansion.

Each of our surgical suites provide the following:

  • Infection Control
  • Temperature and humidity can be regulated through state-of-the-art technology to provide comfort for our patients and physicians and reduce infection
  • Air exchanges and filtration exceeds national standards to assist in infection prevention
  • Ability to access radiology films, including x-rays, CT and MRI studies to assist in diagnosis and precise treatment for patients
  • Instantaneous access to lab for intraoperative testing and results
  • Larger rooms to accommodate improved technology and allow for future growth

Below is a room by room list of the services Memorial Hospital provides in each of our new surgical suites.


  • Stealth Craniotomy(3-D computerized imaging of the head and brain)
  • Deep Brain Stimulators for Parkinson’s Patients (used to reduce or eliminate tremors)
  • Spine Instrumentations
  • Tumor Biopsy or Removal


  • Coronary Artery Bypass Grafts
  • Mitral Valve Replacements
  • Aortic Valve Replacements
  • Endograft Thoracic Aneurysm Repairs (minimally invasive, image-assisted repairs of weakened vessels by reinforcing them from the inside/out)


  • Gun Shots
  • Stabbings
  • Multiple Orthopedic Injuries
  • Crushing Organ Injuries
  • Head Injuries


  • Total Joint Procedures
  • Fractures
  • Joint Arthroscopies
  • Sports Injuries
  • Hand and Foot Procedures

Da Vinci

  • Hysterectomies (removal of uterus)
  • Prostatectomies (removal of prostate)
  • Nephrectomies (removal of kidney)


  • Laparoscopic Procedures, Such as Cholecystectomies (Gallbladders)
  • Hernia Repairs
  • Endograft Aneurysm Repairs (minimally invasive, image-assisted repairs of weakened vessels by reinforcing them from the inside/out)
  • Vascular Surgeries, Such as Carotid Endarterectomies (removal of plaque from the inside of the carotid arteries that feed the brain)