GENERAL INFORMATION


WHY CHOOSE US?


HIGHER RATIO OF STAFF PER-PATIENT


LESS RISK OF VIRAL/BACTERIAL EXPOSURE


GREATER CONVENIENCE


PERSONALIZED PATIENT CARE


FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING OPTIONS


COMFORTABLE, STATE-OF-THE ART FACILITIES


GUARANTEED SURGERY TIMES

Procedures are not bumped or delayed as is often the case in hospital settings.


HIGH QUALITY OF CARE AT LOWER PRICE


WE ACCEPT MAJOR INSURANCE

PPO plans, Workers Compensation, and other forms of coverage.


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CREDENTIALS


OSD Surgery Center is a licensed Ambulatory Surgical Center under the provisions of the Heath and Safety Code, Chapter 243 and the Ambulatory Surgical Center Licensing Rules.

It’s our mission to partner with physicians and other medical professionals whose credentials are impeccable and who are as committed to providing compassionate and high-quality care to our patients.


OUR MANAGEMENT TEAM



Administrator

Farhan Faiz


Farhan Faiz, Administrator, oversees the daily operation of our center. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to contact Mr. Faiz at 713-461-7272.



Medical Director

H. Kerr Thomson, M.D.


H. Kerr Thomson, MD is a Board-Certified Anesthesiologist and has led our medical staff since 2015. To reach the Medical Director please contact the Administrator, Farhan Faiz.



Director of Nursing

Angela Lewis


Angela Lewis, MSN, RN, oversees the daily operations of clinical staff and surgical procedures. To reach the Director of Nursing, feel free to contact her at (281) 404-4283 (Direct).



Know Your Rights

PATIENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES



Each patient shall have the RIGHT to:

  • Respectful care given by competent personnel.
  • Upon request, to be given the names of all other practitioners directly participating in his/her care and the names and functions of other healthcare persons having direct contact with the patient.
  • Consideration of privacy concerning his/her own medical care program. Case discussion, consultation, examination and treatment are considered confidential and shall be conducted discreetly.
  • Have records pertaining to his/her medical care treated as confidential except as otherwise provided by law or third party contractual agreement.
  • Know what facility rules and regulations apply to his/her conduct as a patient.
  • Expect emergency procedure be implemented without unnecessary delay.
  • Good quality care and high professional standards that are continually maintained and reviewed.
  • Information in layman’s terms, concerning diagnosis, treatment and prognosis, including information about alternative treatments and possible complications.  When it is not medically advisable to give the information to the patient, the information will be given on his/her behalf to the responsible person.
  • Refuse drugs or procedures, to the extent permitted by statute, and a practitioner shall inform the patient of medical consequences of the patient’s refusal of drugs  or procedures.
  • Medical and nursing services without discrimination based upon age, race, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, handicap, disability, or source of payment.
  • Expect good management techniques to be implemented with the facility. Those techniques shall make effective use of the time of the patient and shall avoid the personal discomfort of the patient.
  • Expect that the facility will provide information for continuing healthcare requirements following discharge and the means for meeting them.
  • Be informed of his/her rights at the time of admission.
  • Know of physicians financial interest in the surgery center.
  • Ask the surgery center to honor their advance directive.
  • Be free from all forms of abuse, neglect, or harassment.

Please feel free to contact the Administrator at 281-404-3280 to voice a complaint or grievance.



Each patient shall have the RESPONSIBILITY to:

  • Except for emergencies, the practitioner shall obtain the necessary informed consent prior to the start of the Informed consent is defined in  Texas Administrative Code, Title 25, Part 7, Chapter 601.
  • A patient or, if the patient is unable to give informed consent, a responsible person, has the right to be advised when a practitioner is considering the patient as part of a medical care research program or donor program,  and the patient, or responsible person, shall give informed  consent prior to actual participation in the program.  A patient, or responsible person, may refuse to continue  in a program to which he has previously given consent.
  • The facility shall provide the patient, or patient designee, upon request, access to the information contained in his/ her medical records, unless access is specifically restricted by the attending practitioner for medical reasons.
  • When an emergency occurs and a patient is transferred to another facility, the responsible person shall be notified.   The institution to which the patient is to be transferred shall  be notified prior to the patient’s transfer.
  • The Facility expects the patient to ask questions about any directions or procedures they don’t understand.
  • The Facility expects the patient to be considerate of other patients and staff in regard to noise, smoking, and number of visitors in the patient areas.  The patient is also expected  to respect the property of the Facility and other persons.
  • The patient is expected to follow instructions and medical orders and report unexpected changes in their condition to their physician and facility staff.
  • The patient is expected to follow all safety regulations that they are told or read about.
  • If the patient fails to follow their healthcare provider’s instructions, or if the patient refuses care, they are responsible for their own actions.
  • The patient can choose to change primary or specialty physicians if other qualified physicians are available.


Where to Find Us

LOCATION



OSD Surgery Center is conveniently located at the corner of Williams Trace Blvd. and Edgewater.

If traveling south on Highway 59, take the Williams Trace Blvd. exit and turn left at the light. Proceed down Williams Trace until you get to the Edgewater intersection. OSD is located on the northeast corner of the intersection.

FREE PARKING IS AVAILABLE.


ADDRESS

2121 Williams Trace Blvd. Suite 200
Sugar Land, Texas 77478


PHONE

281.404.3280


HOURS

Monday – Thursday:
8:00am – 5:00pm
Friday:
8:00am – 3:00pm
Closed on Weekends


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