McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center offers general and specialized surgical procedures. Many of these procedures are available on a same-day, outpatient basis.
- Abdominal exploration
- Bladder repair
- Breast cancer
- Colon/bowel resection
- Cosmetic procedures
- Fractured bone repair
- Gallbladder removal
- Hand repair (fingers, joints)
- Heart and Vascular Surgeries (as well as cardiology procedures, including repair of abdominal aortic aneurysms )
- Hysterectomy and General Gynecological Surgery
- Prostate Surgery
- Total joint replacement
Related Services and Conditions
Colorectal Cancer Screening and Colonoscopy Prep Although colorectal cancer is one of the most common cancers in the United States, it often goes undetected, according to the American Cancer Society. Symptoms do not usually occur until the disease is advanced and 75%...
Does everything you eat cause pain? If you suffer from pain in the upper right or upper middle part of your stomach after eating it could be your gallbladder causing the issue. The gallbladder is located under the liver, which stores and collects bile produced in the...
Head & Neck Surgery
When medication and other non-surgical treatments cannot relieve pain or symptoms in the head and neck, surgery may be the recommended treatment. For many years, traditional open surgery has been the standard approach to treating many head and neck conditions....
You don’t have to sit still for hemorrhoids Did you know that by age 50, about half of people will experience hemorrhoids? If you’re one of them – and you’ve had enough of the burning, itching and pain – call us today. Treatment is available on an outpatient basis,...
Hernias can be more than a pain in the side. If you experience a heavy feeling in your abdomen when you bend, pain when you lift heavy objects or a lump that enlarged when you strain and disappears when you lie down, it could be a hernia. Having it treated will not...
Your colon is vital to your digestive health — so when a condition affects this vital organ, it can be disruptive to your life, and in some cases, life-threatening. While treatments like medication can often help relieve symptoms, sometimes surgery is the best option...
If you’re diagnosed with colon or rectal cancer or have a chronic digestive condition like inflammatory bowel disease (Chron’s disease and ulcerative colitis), your doctor may recommend a proctectomy. This procedure removes all or part of the rectum, depending on your...
Outpatient Surgery Services
Some of the surgeries that we perform at McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center are outpatient services, meaning they don’t require a hospital stay. Patients come in, have surgery, recover for a few hours and then return home by the end of the day. Advanced technology...