Ambulatory Surgery Center
The surgeons at Fraser Eye Care Center and the Eye Care Center of Port Huron perform refractive surgery at the Michigan Outpatient Surgery Center, a brand new state of the art ambulatory surgery center equipped with the latest and most advanced technology in outpatient surgery.
The Michigan Outpatient Surgery Center, a division of Fraser Eye Care Center and Eye Care Center of Port Huron is located adjacent to Fraser Eye Care Center and offer the latest advances in vision correction technology while pioneering the future of our industry and maintaining unparalleled patient care and attention to detail.
Michigan Outpatient Surgery Center offers a full staff of specially trained nurses and certified technicians who provide quality care in a friendly atmosphere. With specialized operating rooms laser procedure rooms and very comfortable pre- and post-operative areas Michigan Outpatient Surgery Center is committed to the patient experience.
We specialize in:
- Cataract surgery
- Vitreo-retinal surgery
- Custom LASIK and PRK Refractive Eye Procedures
- Glaucoma Surgery
- Retina and Glaucoma procedures
- Macular Degeneration procedures
- Cosmetic Eye Procedures
As a patient at the Michigan Outpatient Surgery Center you can expect:
That your care will be caring and respectful at all times. The healthcare providers will welcome, respect and serve all people regardless of gender, ethnicity, color national origin, religion, disability, age, HIV status, sexual orientation or source of payment for care received.
To exercise your rights without being subjected to discrimination or reprisal.
Sign and spoken language interpreting services are available when it is requested and scheduled in advance.
Treatment, services and referrals as needed. If we are unable to meet your medical needs, we will arrange a transfer to another facility. Referrals will be made only after you are given full information about why the transfer is needed.
Pastoral/spiritual care as desired from you pastor, priest, rabbi, or other religious leader.
To use protective and advocacy services if needed.
To be allowed voice grievances regarding treatment or care that is or fails to be furnished.
To be told how to file a complaint and settle disputes, arguments or conflicts.
Direction on how to contact the Office of the Medicare Beneficiary Ombudsman: Here