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About OAK Surgical Institute

OAK Surgical Institute (OSI) is an ambulatory surgery center that performs orthopedic surgeries and pain procedures. The facility contains two state-of-the-art operating room (OR) suites and nine pre-surgical and post-surgical recovery bays.

OAK Surgical Institute

OSI has achieved accreditation by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care Association (AAAHC). Status as an accredited AAAHC organization means OSI has met nationally recognized standards for the provision of quality health care, set by the Accreditation Association.

OSI is the only ambulatory surgery center in the area that specializes in orthopedic care. Our focus is to provide outpatient orthopedic and pain surgical services to all surrounding communities.

Oak Surgical Institute, LLC, is a partnership between doctors, local healthcare providers, and the patients we collectively serve. Through this partnership, we will provide patients access to surgical services that are of the highest quality and delivered in the most efficient and cost effective manner. We will abide by all rules and regulations that govern our industry, we will distinguish ourselves on our ability to provide each patient, who is entrusted in our care, with the highest degree of professionalism and compassion in returning them to optimal health.

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Our Staff

Our surgery center is staffed by caring and experienced OR nurses, recovery room nurses, and OR technologists. In addition, there is a professional and friendly team of business/administrative staff to help assist with any scheduling or billing questions. This dedicated team is committed to providing top quality care in a comfortable environment.

Preoperative Instructions

You will be given initial preoperative instructions on the day your doctor schedules surgery. These will include the date of your surgery, the location of the surgery center, instructions on the intake of liquids and food, information on whether you need to see your personal medical doctor for a history and physical, and if you require any lab tests.

You will then be contacted 2-3 days before the day of surgery by a registered nurse from Oak Surgical Institute to review your medical history (please have a list of your medications at this time).

Further instructions on preoperative and postoperative care will be given at this time. Any questions and concerns you have will be addressed.

You will be called the day prior to your surgery with the time of your procedure and requested arrival time.

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Contact Information

403 S. Kennedy Drive
Bradley, IL 60915
Phone: (815) 928-9999
Fax: (815) 928-8669
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 6:30 am - 5:00 pm