For your convenience, we have put together a handy informational flyer about your surgery at OakLeaf Surgical Hospital. Click to download our What to Expect flyer »
An OakLeaf Surgical Hospital nurse will call you 1 – 2 days prior to your scheduled surgery to obtain information that will assist the hospital staff in preparing for your surgical procedure. This phone conversation will include questions about:
Come to the reception desk in the OLSH lobby and let them know you have arrived. After checking in, you will be escorted to a private registration area. A family member may be with you at this time.
When everything is ready for your procedure, the nurse will come to the lobby waiting area to meet you. Any companions with you will be asked to wait in the lobby area. The nurse will accompany you to the Pre-Op area.
There you will:
Some procedures may require you to stay in the hospital overnight or longer, dependent on your doctor’s orders. This could include the night before, or the evening after surgery. Your doctor will advise you as to the anticipated length of time you will be in the hospital following your procedure.
Same Day (Outpatient) procedures include any surgeries that allow you to return home the same day. Admission guidelines are the same for Overnight Stay and Same Day surgical patients.
After your surgery, you will be taken to the Recovery Room, where your nurse will be with you. You will remain in the Recovery Room until you are well enough to go home. The anesthesiologist will determine when it is safe for you to be released.
When you are ready to leave the hospital, the Recovery Room nurse will review with you, and the person accompanying you, any instructions regarding medications, diet, surgical dressings and follow-up appointments.
All instructions will be provided in writing along with contact phone numbers should you have any questions after discharge.
Part of our ongoing efforts to deliver excellent patient care at OakLeaf Surgical Hospital is offering comprehensive services for patients needing treatment for a variety of medical conditions. Read more about our Ancillary service offerings.
Visiting hours are not limited, unless otherwise requested by a physician or patient. However, we do not recommend people staying long hours due to the patient’s need for rest. Visitors may use the main entrance of the hospital (Door #3). After-hours visitors may use a security-controlled door to the right of the main entrance (Door #4)
A large comfortable lobby area with large screen television, wireless internet, clustered seating areas, complimentary refreshments and reading materials is available to friends and family, during regular day hours.
The Bistro area, just a few steps away from the lobby, offers complimentary snacks and beverages for family members as well as comfortable seating, television, restrooms, and access to a writing desk and telephone. Family members may order room service meals to be served in the patient’s room or in the Bistro area.
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$68/night plus tax
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333 Gibson Street Eau Claire, WI 54701 715-835-8888
Reservations may be cancelled up until 12:00pm on the day of arrival.
1666 W. Princeton Avenue Eau Claire, WI 54703 715-831-1000
$109 + tax
5051 Fairview Drive Eau Claire, WI 54701 (844) 855-2724
Sunday–Thursday = $79/room
Friday–Saturday = $129/room
Reservations may be cancelled up until 4pm on the day of arrival
1515 Bluestem Blvd Altoona, WI 54720 715-830-0800
Studio Suite $99.95 – $69.95
One Bedroom Suite $119.95 – $89.95
The longer the stay, the better the rate!
OakLeaf Surgical Hospital participates with the following health plans:
Please check with your health insurance company to confirm hospital and physician participation with your health insurance plan.
For your convenience, we have placed our four pre- and post-operative videos online. You may view each video in its entirety or you can select the individual section that you are interested in viewing. Click here to view our videos.