Hospitals Sheridan WY

is an examination most often performed in an outpatient setting. It is most often used to look for early signs of cancer in the colon and rectum. And although, you'll need to take it easy for a few hours afterwards, you will start to feel like yourself again very soon after the sedation wears off.

Sheridan Memorial Hospital
(307) 672-1000
1401 West Fifth Street
Sheridan, WY
specialty
General medical surgical
Hospital Type
Government, Nonfederal

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Mem Hosp Of Sheridan County
(307) 672-1000
1401 West Fifth Street
Sheridan, WY
Medicare Number
530006
Bed Count
62

Memorial Hospital Of Sheridan County
(307) 672-1000
1401 W 5th St
Sheridan, WY
Specialty
Hospitals

Lander Valley Medical Center
(307) 332-4420
1320 Bishop Randall Drive
Lander, WY
specialty
General medical surgical
Hospital Type
Investor-owned (for profit)
Hospital System
LifePoint Hospitals, Inc

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Powell Valley Healthcare
(307) 754-2267
777 Avenue 'h'
Powell, WY
specialty
General medical surgical
Hospital Type
Nongovernment, Not-for-profit
Hospital System
Brim Healthcare, Inc

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Veterans Affairs Med Center
(307) 672-3473
1898 Fort Road
Sheridan, WY
specialty
Psychiatric
Hospital Type
Government, federal
Hospital System
Department of Veterans Affairs

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Veterans Affairs Med Center
(307) 672-3473
1898 Fort Road
Sheridan, WY
Medicare Number
777777
Bed Count
119

South Lincoln Medical Center
(307) 877-4401
711 Onyx Street
Kemmerer, WY
specialty
General medical surgical
Hospital Type
Government, Nonfederal

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Ivinson Memorial Hospital
(307) 742-2141
255 North 30th Street
Laramie, WY
specialty
General medical surgical
Hospital Type
Government, Nonfederal
Hospital System
QHR

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Johnson County Healthcare Ctr
(307) 684-6188
497 West Lott Street
Buffalo, WY
specialty
General medical surgical
Hospital Type
Government, Nonfederal

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What to Do When Solo for Surgical Procedures

Q: I have to go in for a colonoscopy. The problem is I live far away from my folks and most of my friends have to work. Is it really necessary for me to have someone take me home after this procedure?

 

 

Yes, because you will receive sedation, you will need someone to drive you home. Colonoscopy is an examination most often performed in an outpatient setting. It is most often used to look for early signs of cancer in the colon and rectum. And although, you'll need to take it easy for a few hours afterwards, you will start to feel like yourself again very soon after the sedation wears off.

Here are some tips that will hopefully help you out:

1. Make Car Concierge Arrangements: Many cities and hospitals, such as Cleveland Clinic, offer car transportation services for singles or out-of-state patients.

2. End of Day or Weekend Scheduling: Try to set up your appointment later in the day or find a Physician that will do the procedure on Saturday so that you can be accompanied.

3. Extend Down Time: The amount of time you can rest afterward may vary from place to place, so ask your physician if you can stay longer, especially if you're still feeling groggy.

4. Fuel Up: Since you will not have eaten prior to the procedure, it is important that you bring a nourishing snack along like orange juice, some almonds and yogurt to get you back on your feet.


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