Preston Surgery Center is located in Frisco, Texas on Preston Road. Our facility has large convenient parking, a covered entrance, and two comfortable waiting areas. We are located just north of the Preston and Stonebrook intersection next to the North Dallas Bank and across the street from Kroger. We are located less then two miles from the Dallas North Tollway, three miles from The Star in Frisco, and less then thirty minutes from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
For our out of town patients Frisco, Texas is known for pristine parks, destination dining, retail, sports and entertainment. Frisco is home to over 17 hotels including the Omni Frisco Hotel at the Star and the Westin at Stonebriar Golf Club. In October 2017 Frisco, Texas was named the fastest growing city in the United States and one of the 15 best cities in the United States to live.
Preston Surgery Center is accredited by The American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities, Inc. (AAAASF) was established in 1980 to standardize and improve the quality of health care in outpatient facilities. Physicians, clinicians, legislators, state/federal health agencies and patients acknowledge that AAAASF sets the "Gold Standard in Accreditation."
- AAAASF holds outpatient facilities to hospital standards.
- AAAASF requires surgeons to be board certified and have hospital privileges for any procedure they perform.
- AAAASF requires the use of anesthesia professionals for deeper levels of anesthesia.
- AAAASF requires a safe and clean surgical environment that meets stringent standards.
- AAAASF requires peer review (peer oversight) and tracks data for thousands of individual cases.
- AAAASF works closely with facilities and provides help throughout the accreditation process.
- AAAASF champions patient safety worldwide and has for nearly 40 years.
Preparing for Your Procedure
Below are general protocols and guidelines to prepare for surgery, however it is important to discuss with your physician any specific protocols or questions regarding your surgery. Please review the Pre-Procedure Notices so you are fully aware of our privacy policies and have an advance directive in place if desired. Please download and fax completed forms 48 hours prior to surgery.
Will I be contacted prior to my surgery by the facility?
Yes. You may receive up to three calls. You will be contacted a few days prior to surgery by your physician’s office with instructions for the day of surgery, and answer any questions you may have. You may also be contacted by someone in the surgery center’s business office to address financial matters such as your responsibility for co-payments and deductibles. Finally, you may also be contacted by Preston Surgery Center. In case you do not hear from us by the day before your procedure, it is a good idea to give us a call. We may not have your correct contact information.
What should I bring?
- Please bring a photo identification (driver’s license) and your insurance card(s). Our staff will need to verify and make copies when you check-in on the day of your surgery.
- Be sure to bring any medications that you may need during your stay at the facility (e.g., inhaler or insulin).
- Please bring a list of all medications you are currently taking.
- Please bring payment of any patient responsibility (e.g. co-payment or deductible)
- Please do not bring jewelry such as rings, watches, or any other valuables.
Should I arrange a ride to the facility?
Yes - You will not be allowed to drive after surgery. Please arrange for a responsible adult to drive you home and for someone to be with you when you arrive for your procedure. You will also need to arrange for a responsible adult to stay with you for 24 hours after surgery.
Advance Directive Information
Click to download the form - Advance Directives & Power of Attorney
What may I eat and drink before surgery?
Your physician or a pre-operative nurse will inform you of eating and drinking restrictions prior to surgery. It is very important that you follow the provided instructions. If you do not, your surgery may be delayed or cancelled.
Should I take my routine medications on the day of surgery?
You will be given instructions regarding medications by your physician or from one of our nurses. Also, as noted above, please be prepared to list all medications (including name, dose, and the last time you took medication) you are currently taking and to bring any with you that may be needed during your stay (e.g., inhaler or insulin). This will also include any over the counter medications you may be taking, such as Aspirin or Vitamins.
Prior to scheduling surgery our staff verifies your eligibility and benefits for outpatient surgery available to you as a member through your insurance carrier. In the event insurance rejects a claim, benefits are less than expected, or any procedures are performed in addition to what was scheduled you will be notified and billed accorddingly. We will work to resubmit claims and provide transparency in all costs you may acquire.
Our business office hours are from 7:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Feel free to call us any time during these hours if you have a question concerning your estimated bill or if you have any questions concerning our billing policy.