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Outpatient Surgery
Methods of Surgery
Common Surgical Procedures
Day of Surgery/Getting Ready For Surgery/The Operating Room
Glossary - Surgical Care
Management After Surgery
Online Resources - Surgical Care
Other Techniques of Surgery
Preparing for Surgery
Purpose of Having Surgery
Questions to Ask Before Surgery
Surgery Overview
Surgery Statistics
Surgical Setting
Surgical Team
Tests Performed Before Surgery
Types of Surgery
After Surgery: Discomforts and Complications
Hand Surgery
Surgery
Cancer Treatment: Overview
Checklist for Surgery/Consent Forms/Insurance Information
Treatment Protocols for Cancer: Overview
Valley Health's surgeons perform a wide variety of surgeries covering many areas of the body and many clinical conditions. Highly-trained surgeons are affiliated with all six of Valley Health's hospitals.

Common minimally invasive procedures often include the abdominal organs, intestines, esophagus, stomach, small bowel, colon, liver, pancreas and gallbladder. More complicated procedures are sometimes necessary including: 
Bariatric Surgery
• Breast Surgery and Breast Health
Cardiothoracic Surgery
• General Surgery (at Shenandoah Memorial Hospital, at Warren Memorial Hospital, at Winchester Medical Center)
• Incisionless Acid Reflux Surgery (TIF)
•Thyroid, Parathyroid and Endocrine Surgery
Vascular Surgery