Why Choose Us?
Low Cost, High Quality, Exceptional Service!
The combination is a winning one, no matter what you are buying. Apply the formula to healthcare and it's particularly golden. That’s why we are so proud of what we offer at Elmhurst Outpatient Surgery Center (EOSC). We provide high quality care at the lowest possible costs and we do it all while closely attending to your needs as a patient – every step of the way.
What Specifically Does That Mean for You?
#1: You save money.
We charge less so you pay less. Indeed, patient co-pays and coinsurance are significantly lower when care is received in our ambulatory surgery center.
Median Charges for Frequently Performed Outpatient Procedures
#2: You rest easy, knowing that you are getting top notch care.
Our surgeons, some of the best specialists in the state, offer the most advanced medical procedures available in healthcare today. In addition, our infection rates and post-surgical complication rates are especially low. In fact, at EOSC, our infection rates are less than 1% — compared to the 5% experienced in many hospitals.
#3: You take part in a hassle-free surgical experience.
As a patient, you are at the center of everything we do. We take all of the frustration out of the surgical experience by making everything as convenient as possible with online medical history process and mobile message reminders. These services eliminate the game of phone tag and allow you to communicate with us at a time and place that is convenient for you.
References & Links
Source: Ambulatory Surgery Center Association: Ambulatory Surgery Centers: A Positive Trend in Health Care. Download PDF
Source: Illinois Department of Public Health Illinois Hospital Report Card and Consumer Guide to Health Care. Data from 1/1/2010 to 12/31/2010. http://goo.gl/O49qO
Accreditation date effective 2/19/2011. Certification is valid for up to 36 months from the date of the last full survey. http://goo.gl/DmcSY
Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: http://www.cdc.gov/hai/burden.html
Source: ASCA Outcomes Monitoring Project: 1st Quarter 2012.