Surgeons in Fort Walton Beach, Florida

At Fort Walton Beach Medical Center, we offer comprehensive surgical services across a variety of medical specialties. Our board-certified surgeons use advanced surgical technology to provide improved outcomes for our patients.

For more information about our surgical services, please call our Consult-A-Nurse® team at (850) 864-0213.

Our surgical specialties

Fort Walton Beach Medical Center's surgical specialties include:

Procedures may be open (with one large incision) or minimally invasive (with a few small incisions). The surgical approach your doctor uses will depend on your health, condition and other factors.

Neurological surgery

We are committed to providing quality care and an individualized approach to the treatment of neurological disorders. When neurosurgery is required, our neurosurgeons use the advanced technologies for brain surgery.

Our neurosurgeons perform procedures to treat brain trauma, brain tumors, normal pressure hydrocephalus, stroke and other conditions.

Vascular surgery

We provide a wide range of vascular care services. Some of our vascular procedures include endovascular treatment of abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA), carotid artery stenting and other treatments for vascular disease.

Robotic surgery

Our highly trained surgeons perform an array of robotic procedures. These minimally invasive procedures use the assistance of robotic technology, which is controlled 100 percent by our surgeons.

Robotic surgery has many benefits for both the surgeon and the patient. The robotic technology allows surgeons to access hard-to-each areas within the body with precision and a few tiny incisions. For patients, this means shorter recovery times, less scarring and less pain.

Pre-registration for surgery

We encourage you to preregister for your procedure by calling (888) 821-1642.

After preregistering, please plan on speaking with the pre-assessment registered nurse, either in person or by phone.

Helpful tips to prepare for surgery

You will find information below to help you prepare for surgery.

  • Arrive two hours before the time of your procedure. Endoscopy patients should arrive one hour before their scheduled procedure time.
  • Complete any lab work, X-rays and other tests (if ordered) before the day of your procedure.
  • Follow your doctor’s instructions for preparing for your procedure.
  • If you have paperwork or X-rays related to your procedure, be sure to bring them with you.
  • Read the post-procedure instructions before the day of your procedure.

To be more comfortable after your procedure, do these things on the morning of your procedure:

  • Avoid oily body lotion.
  • Bring your glasses, and leave your contact lenses at home.
  • Don't use hair gels or sprays.
  • Don't wear any jewelry, including piercings.
  • Don't wear any makeup.
  • Men should shave.
  • Take a shower or bath.
  • Wash your hair.