What We Do
Excellent Outpatient Care
Rocky Mountain Surgical Center was established in 2003 by local physicians dedicated to providing world-class surgical care in a warm, friendly, and cost-efficient environment. As a Certified Member of the Accreditation Association of Ambulatory Health Care, we are dedicated to improving the lives of the patients we serve. We value excellence, integrity and professional conduct and will continue to offer the highest quality and affordable care.
More Surgeries Performed in Outpatient Centers
A number of surgical specialties have moved from the hospital operating room to the outpatient setting largely due to advances in surgery and anesthesia. Today, patients can undergo many different procedures in an outpatient surgery center such as total joints, chronic pain procedures or sports injuries.
For surgeries that are appropriate for an outpatient setting, the benefits to patients include:
Where are we located?
The physical address of the Rocky Mountain Surgical Center is 1450 Ellis Street (Corner of Highland Blvd. and Ellis Street). The surgery center is located approximately 3 blocks north of Main Street or 1 mile south of Kagy Blvd. just off of Highland Blvd. To the north of the center are the Bozeman softball fields. The surgery center is the lower level of a two story facility with the entrance under the northwest covered drive.
Who performs the anesthesia services at the center?
At this time Rocky Mountain Surgical Center does not utilize the services of Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs). We contract with only Board Certified Anesthesiologists to provide our anesthesia services.
Can I drive myself home?
Although the Rocky Mountain Surgical Center has implemented guidelines that safely allow patients to be discharged, on many occasions, the patient may still feel the effects of some of the medication received while in our care. It is because of those medications and other possible limitations including the restricted use of extremities post surgically that require all patients to have a responsible adult drive them home. Prior to going home, you will receive both written and verbal discharge instructions, and we ask that your ride listen to these instructions as well, as you may forget due to impaired memory from the medication you’ve received. If you do not have a ride home arranged, it is possible that your surgery or procedure may need to be rescheduled.
Rocky Mountain Surgical Center
1450 Ellis St. Suite 101 Bozeman, MT 59715
Rocky Mountain Surgical Center is loacted directly across the street from Bozeman Deaconess Hospital. If you are traveling on I-90 take exit 309 to US 191 (Main Street). Go west on Main 0.6 miles and turn left on Highland Blvd. Turn Left (East) on Ellis. If you are already in Bozeman, go east on Main Street and turn right on Highland Blvd. Turn left on Ellis and you will see the surgery center.