Making Surgery as Simple as Possible
With state-of-the-art technology and expert surgical teams, we put a priority on your comfort, confidence and recovery.
Whether you are undergoing an inpatient or outpatient procedure, Metro Health’s Surgical Services are designed to provide the best experience possible for you and your family.
We offer Surgical Services in three main locations:
All are designed with comfortable waiting areas and consultation rooms where loved ones can have private conversations with doctors.
Putting You at Ease
To minimize the any stress leading up to your procedure, we take steps to streamline your preparation. You also can pre-register online before your procedure, simplifying your arrival.
Treatments & Capabilities
Our multi-disciplinary surgery teams work with the area’s leading board-certified surgeons to ensure you receive the highest quality of care. Metro Health is a leader in advanced surgical technology, including modern, minimally invasive robotic procedures.
Education & Events
It is common for patients and their families to have questions when preparing for surgery. We have compiled a guide to help you understand what to expect before, during and after your procedure.
In the News
Metro Health – University of Michigan Health is now offering spine surgery using the Augmedics xvision Spine System, a groundbreaking augmented reality (AR) guidance that allows surgeons to “see through” a patient’s anatomy as if they have “x-ray vision.” Read the full story
Metro Health – University of Michigan Health, as part of the Cancer Network of West Michigan, is pioneering the use of an advanced robotic system to diagnose lung cancer at the earliest, hardest-to-reach stages, improving hope for survival from this No. 1 cause of cancer death. Read the full story
With its latest expansion and update of robotic surgery capabilities, Metro Health – University of Michigan Health becomes the first health care system in West Michigan to offer the newest generation of this minimally invasive robotic option in an outpatient setting. Read the full story