Grace Hospital provides a range of elective surgery and procedures covering most specialities. The hospital is certified by the Ministry of Health to provide hospital services to the standards of the Code of Health and Disability Consumers Act.
The range of special ties provided are: Orthopaedic, Urology (Including Robotic), General, Gynaecology, Ear, Nose and Throat, Vascular, Plastic surgery and Endoscopy. Consultants are not employed by Grace Hospital, but are credentialed to perform procedures at Grace.
The 6 main operating theatres are roomy, appointed with the latest surgical and patient care equipment, and designed to provide an excellent standard of surgical facility. Grace Hospital now has HD quality camera systems, navigation computerisation of hip and knee procedures and of course the Si da Vinci robot to assist surgeons with some urology and gynaecology procedures.
In the theatres, theatre nurses with specialised skills assist surgeons to perform surgical procedures, and they are supported by anaesthetic technicians, anaesthetists and a management team to ensure that patient safety is the highest priority and systems and processes deliver the best outcomes for patients.
Surgery carried out at Grace is roughly a 50:50 spread between day surgery procedures and inpatient procedures. Recently the addition of the Oropi Centre has allowed for the provision of two dedicated procedure rooms for day surgery. These two rooms are equipped with the latest in surgical and supporting equipment, and are staffed by dedicated teams.