- Number of Beds
- 7 Pre/Post Op single patient rooms
- 2 PACU Bays
- 1 Operating Room
- 1 Endoscope/ Procedure Room
- Nurse to Pt Ratio
Traditional 8 hour shifts
- Certifications Available
AORN, AST, ASPAN, CPAN, SPC certification CFEP, BLS, ACLS
Surgical Services is located on the Main level of MidMichigan Medical Center – Gladwin. There is one operating room and one procedure room. Our pre-anesthesia department evaluates patients prior to procedures/operation, where approximately 500 cases per year, which include adult and pediatric patients, are completed.
Types of Patient Care
- General Surgery
- GI Procedures
Consistent with MidMichigan Health’s Professional Practice Model, Surgical Services places our patients and families at the center of our care. All staff, RN’s, Scrub Techs, CRNA’s, Physicians, Sterile Processing Techs, Secretarial, and other ancillary departments, work together to provide our patients and families excellent care. As we provide excellent care, we do so with safety, efficiency, professional, and evidence based practices in mind.
Staff enhances their skills and knowledge through yearly competency training, skills fair, and hospital training models. Professional development is available through formal advancement programs such as REACH program, MY LEAD, specialty certifications, etc. Process improvement is integrated within our UPC (Unit Practice Council).
Unit orientation is conducted through mentoring and preceptors, where new staff members are provided a guided orientation and take an average of 3 to 4 months to complete. Staff is often cross-trained to work in several areas within the unit.
What Our Employees are Saying
“My job is fun and we have great teamwork.” — Rachel Fredrickson, B.S.N., R.N.
"My coworkers are more like family!” — Deanna Shaw, C.S.T., S.T.-C.
"I work with awesome people! We are unique and we WANT to be here. We make our patients happy and we want to make our patients #1.” — Jane Eagly, C.F.E.P., C.S.P.T.
"The ability to practice at the top of my license and training is very rewarding. The perioperative team is more like a family with every member coming together working toward the common goal of providing excellent patient care.” — Eric Houk, C.R.N.A.