Excellent facility for outpatient surgery but it shares a problem with other hospitals in that once a patient walks in the door, it becomes an impersonal assembly line. You go from desk to desk, room to room, here to there, very much like a Ford in Detroit, getting its door handles, bumpers, and tail lights screwed on. Except for a patient, its paper work, blood work, monitors, and finally the surgery. Lastly the car or the patient is rolled out the door, the car shiny new, the patient wounded, disoriented, and confused, with little or no concrete information about what to expect. There's the generic sheet of aftercare instructions, couched with maybes, might haves, and possiblys, but not a straight answer from anyone. It's clean and the people are very nice, but people are not cars.