HCA Houston Healthcare Conroe performs thousands of inpatient, outpatient and minimally invasive surgeries each year, ranging from routine to complex, and from emergency to elective. Every surgical patient we treat receives dedicated care from board-certified surgeons, nurses and technicians—whether it’s a minor or major surgery.

To find a board-certified surgeon at HCA Houston Healthcare Conroe, search our online directory or call (936) 539-1111.

Surgery center in Conroe, Texas

Our operating rooms feature the latest advances in technology, and whenever possible, our surgeons use minimally invasive techniques, including laparoscopy, endoscopy and robotics. We offer surgical specialties, including neurological surgery, heart and vascular surgery, bariatric surgery and orthopedic surgery right here in Conroe, Texas.

General surgery

General surgery refers to surgical procedures involving the abdominal area. Our general surgeons perform many procedures to treat conditions like hernias and ovarian cysts, as well as conditions of the appendix, gallbladder, tonsils and more.

Emergency and trauma surgery

HCA Houston Healthcare Conroe is a designated Level II Trauma Center, and we have an on-site helipad to accommodate helicopter landings for emergency situations.

Plastic and reconstructive surgery

In addition to plastic surgery, our plastic surgeons in Conroe, Texas are highly skilled in reconstructive surgery. Whether it is a correction from trauma or a breast reconstruction after a mastectomy, the HCA Houston Healthcare Conroe plastics team performs procedures that offer quick recoveries and leave behind minimal scarring.

Some of our plastic surgery services include:

  • Laceration repair
  • Reconstruction after cancer
  • Facial fracture repair
  • Abdominal reconstruction
  • Gynecomastia correction

Surgery at HCA Houston Healthcare

Surgery is the medical treatment of diseases or injuries with instruments used to influence the body. Surgery is used to correct injuries and improve function as a medical necessity or on an elective basis, including some plastic surgery procedures.

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