More than 22 physicians perform ear, nose and throat, general surgery, gastroenterology, gynecology, ophthalmology, orthopaedic, pain management, podiatry and spine procedures.

Phone Number970-668-1458
350 Peak One Drive
Frisco, Colorado 80443
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Pre-Admission Instructions for surgical patients receiving anesthesia

  • One Medical Passport:  Please log on to One Medical Passport to enter your medical history information.  This will give you a quick and secure way to send your health information to us.  You may  receive a phone call if our Pre-Surgical Teaching (PST) registered nurse has any additional follow-up questions or instructions.
  • You may access One Medical Passport’s site by clicking on the “One Medical Passport” button on the homepage of our website or go to
  • Please complete the pre-surgery Hibiclens cleansing showers/baths – see Pre-Surgery Body Cleaning Instructions at the bottom of the page.  For the best results the frequency for bathing must be once a day, for 3 days prior to surgery, and the morning of surgery.  This will get your skin ready for surgery to help decrease chances of infections after surgery.
  • Bring a photo ID (minors do not need ID, but primary insured party does need to bring theirs), your insurance card, and your form of payment if required (if you have a co-pay or deductible amount due).
  • Bring your folder if your surgeon gave you one in the office.
  • Do not eat or drink anything, including water, hard candy, chewing gum, breath mints or chewing tobacco after midnight the night before your surgery, unless otherwise directed.
  • It is okay to shower and brush your teeth the morning of your surgery.
  • Wear loose, comfortable clothing.  If you are having a shoulder surgery, please wear or bring a large button down shirt for after surgery.  Sleeves, legs and waistbands should be loose enough to fit over bandages.
  • Leave all your valuables at home or with your family – including wallet, money, jewelry, and laptops.  We cannot be responsible for their safety.
  • Please remove all metal piercings and jewelry. 
  • Bring a case for your contacts, glasses and dentures.
  • Bring your post operative pain medication with you, if possible.
  • Bring inhalers with you if you have asthma or emphysema.
  • Bring your CPAP or mouth piece if you use one at home for sleep apnea.
  • If you take insulin, bring your insulin and syringes with you.
  • Do not wear any lotion or makeup on your face or body the day of your surgery.
  • If you have a latex allergy or if you think you may be pregnant, please call the surgery center as soon as possible at (970) 668-1458.
  • If you have a history of MRSA (an antibiotic-resistant infection) or TB (tuberculosis) please call the surgery center and ask to speak to the PST nurse as soon as possible at (970) 668-1458.
  • Do not take any medications containing aspirin, vitamin E, fish oils, omega fatty acids, herbs, or weight loss products for at least seven (7) days prior to the procedure. If you have taken any of these, please inform your surgeon as soon as possible.
  • If you take blood thinning medications for your heart, like Aspirin, Coumadin or Plavix, contact your cardiologist or primary care physician for guidance regarding when you should stop and restart your medication.
  • A responsible adult must accompany you to the surgery center and be available to both drive you home and stay with you through the night. Parents of children absolutely cannot leave while their child (minor) is at the facility – they must remain in the waiting area.
  • You may not take a taxi, bus or any form of public transportation home by yourself – you may do so only if you have a responsible adult with you.
  • Peak One Surgery Center does not provide crutches.  If you are having leg, knee, ankle or foot surgery, your surgeon may require crutches.  If so, please arrange to have them prior to your surgery and bring them with you to the Pre-operative area so we may ensure proper fit and use.  Some local stores offer crutches for purchase, such as City Market, King Soopers, Walmart, Target, and Walgreens.  You may also try your local community service organizations such as a Senior Center or Goodwill.
  • If your surgeon pre-arranged for any durable medical equipment – such as an ice machine, brace, boot or sling – bring these with you.
  • Call your surgeon’s office if you develop a cold, sore throat, fever or any other illnesses that occur within a few days of your surgery.
  • Feel free to bring reading material or your own digital music and headphones.
  • If you have any questions regarding your procedure, please contact your surgeon’s office or the Peak One Surgery Center at 970-668-1458.  

Download Pre-Surgery Body Cleansing Instructions (PDF)