Landmark Surgery Center
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Find location details, map, and parking for Landmark Surgery Center; Surgery Center located on the second floor
Our care team in downtown St. Paul provides you with award-winning quality in healthcare.
Landmark Surgery Center is located downtown St. Paul in the Gallery Medical Building. Specialty trained nursing staff, surgeons, and the whole surgery staff work collaboratively, placing you at the center of the care team. Our focus is on you, and setting you up for success and excellent outcomes after surgery.
Types of surgery performed at Landmark Surgery Center:
- Hand, wrist, and elbow procedures
- Foot and ankle surgeries
- Knee arthroscopy
- Carpal tunnel release
- Biceps repair
- Foot, ankle, and leg fracture repairs
- Pain management procedures
Our commitment to quality and patient safety:
Landmark Surgery Center has earned the prestigious Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval which is reflective of our commitment to high quality standards. We measure and compile the results of our patients’ care and share that information with the community. We believe that transparency of results across health care allows patients to better understand what to expect, compare other doctors and facilities, and creates an environment at Summit where we continually improve how we care for you – our patient.
“Once again I cannot say enough good things about the doctor, nurses and everyone else who assisted from checking in, getting prepped for surgery, operating room personnel, and my discharge. Excellent operation of the facility.”
“Entire staff was friendly. Every single person who was going to have anything to do with my care, introduced themselves and informed me of what part of my care they would be handling. Was a great experience.”
“Would highly recommend, worth the 300 mile drive.”
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