Post-Op Care

After Your Surgery

For all patients, whether living nearby, out of state, or abroad, we recommend that you bring a friend or relative to accompany you to and from surgery. Your attendant should stay with you for at least 24 hours after your surgery and then return you to our office for your post-op appointment. However, if you are traveling alone, we can help arrange for a nurse and/or caretaker to stay with you at a hotel of your choice as well as set up medical transport to and from the surgery center. (Hotels, nursing services and medical transport companies are independent entities, and not affiliated the Rose Clinic.)

CNS (Certified Nursing Services)
http://www.cns-cares.org/
Phone: (801) 224-8138

Visiting Angels (Non-medical care)
http://www.visitingangels.com/homecare-services
(801) 850-8667

Priority 1 Medical Transport
http://www.priority1transportation.com/
Phone: (801) 506-6858

Patient Resources:

After Care
Consent Forms
Day Spa Forms

Testimonials

First and foremost I would like to express my sincerest appreciation and thanks to Dr. Rose. As I've come to realize from the many nurses, physical therapist and other staff at the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center, we were very fortunate to have had Dr. Rose be the attending surgeon for wife's injury. As I understand now, he is one of the country's best in this field of expertise. Everyone that we've spoken with about him has had nothing but praise about his medical talents and ability. We feel very fortunate to have had Dr. Rose to do her surgery. By the way, I had my first opportunity to see the surgical incision and his work today when my wife was at her physical therapy appointment. His suture work could probably qualify him to be a seamstress for Armani Clothes! Wow! Nice Work!

Please let Dr. Rose know of our great appreciation and admiration for him.J

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