730 Palisade Avenue Teaneck, NJ 07666 | [P] 201-928-2160 | [F] 201-287-8385


The staff at Teaneck Surgical Center must know your health information and medical history prior to your procedure. Filling out this online form is easy, secure, and essential for you to receive the best care possible.


Important Patient Documents


At Teaneck Surgical Center, our medical staff is dedicated to exceeding your expectations while treating you with outstanding, individualized care. From high-skilled physicians and board certified anesthesiologists to specialty trained nurses, the center is supported by the safest and most advanced state-of-the-art medical equipment.

Teaneck Surgical Center is a practical and convenient alternative to hospital-based surgery, providing same day, top-quality care for patients who lead physically active lifestyles.

Our facility offers a warm, supportive atmosphere and our exceptional staff pays particular attention to each patient’s needs. While under our compassionate care, you may stay with your family or caregiver up to the time of surgery and rejoin them in the recovery station following the procedure.

Day of Procedure

Prior to surgery, you will need to arrive 1 ½ - 2-hours at the facility before your scheduled procedure. After you check-in at the registration desk, you will be directed to a pre-operative station. During this time, our staff will:

During and After Surgery

After your consultation with the anesthesiologist, you will be taken to the operating room by a nurse. Once there, the anesthesiologist will put on standard monitors, such as a blood pressure cuff and will begin administering the sedative. The anesthesiologist will be closely monitoring you during the entire surgical procedure. After your surgery is complete, the surgeon will speak with you, your caregiver, or family members and you will be taken to the recovery room.

In the recovery room, you will fully awaken from the sedation and will eventually be given ice chips followed by a small amount of water for hydration. Your surgeon will then speak with you about the surgery and follow-up visits. You will receive detailed instructions for taking care of yourself at home and a prescription for pain medication (if needed).