“Huntington helped me get over my fear of surgery.”

 

Expert surgeons. Latest technologies. Personalized care.

With local, patient-centered surgical care in our hospital and surgery center, we’re here to help alleviate your pain and help you get back to the life you want to live. If you’ve been putting off a needed procedure or surgery, don’t delay any longer.

Expert Surgeons & Leading-edge Technology

Our hospital’s staff includes nearly 400 surgeons, assisted by expert surgical teams including anesthesiologists, technologists, and nurses. Together, we perform thousands of surgical procedures each year.

Higher-level of Surgical Care

We perform complex surgeries, including the highest level of trauma care in the San Gabriel Valley. Patients can be airlifted here from hospitals that don’t provide the same level of care.

State-of-the-art Operating Rooms

Our newly renovated operating rooms are state-of-the-art and equipped with advanced imaging and surgical navigation technologies, providing an unparalleled experience for both our patients and medical staff.

Advanced Procedures

We are leading the field in cutting-edge surgical technologies, including robotic and advanced minimally invasive procedures. These methods lead to excellent results for our patients.

Team Approach

We work with medical professionals across many specialties, providing exceptional, comprehensive surgical care.

Surgery Programs

We offer a wide range of superior surgical services in Pasadena.

  • Neurosurgery – Including the treatment of spine conditions, brain tumors, neurovascular diseases, functional disorders, and other complex conditions in both adults and children.
  • Orthopedic – Center of Excellence for Joint Replacement, which includes robotic surgery.
  • Pediatric – We surgically treat children of all ages, including newborns.
  • Plastic reconstructive
  • Thoracic
  • Trauma – We are the only Level II Trauma Center in the San Gabriel Valley.
  • Urologic – including robotic and Aquablation procedures for prostate
  • Vascular
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Outpatient Surgery

Our Huntington Ambulatory Surgery Center (HASC) is certified to perform a wide variety of surgeries including sports medicine, cancer and reconstruction, eye surgeries, breast, gynecological, orthopedic, pediatric, vascular and more, all with the latest surgical equipment and the most minimally invasive capabilities.

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Robotic Surgery

We utilize the single port da Vinci XI system, robotic equipment to perform minimally invasive (laparoscopic) surgeries, including cardiothoracic, colorectal, hepatobiliary, general, gynecologic, orthopedic and urology. Robotic surgeries result in less scarring and a shorter recovery time.

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Surgical Oncology

Experts at the Huntington Cancer Center specialize in surgery to treat cancer. We customize your treatment plan to meet your needs and offer the latest therapies and protocols.

Preparing for Surgery

To prepare for your surgery or procedure at Huntington Health, we’ve created a booklet to help you and your loved ones get ready and know what to expect. We believe that people who know about their surgery or procedure are less anxious and have better experiences and recovery.

This booklet will let you know:
• How to get ready for your surgery.
• What to expect on the day of your surgery.
• What to expect while you are in the hospital.
• What to expect when you go home.
• How to continue recovering when you are home.

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Have Questions or Need a Second Opinion?

To make an appointment or refer a patient, call the surgery care team. You can also have us call you back at your convenience.

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Patient Stories

Bill Hendrickson & wife

Bill H

It had been a few weeks since Bill Hendrickson began experiencing a burning sensation in his abdomen. He was out to dinner with his wife, Teresa, and a few friends. “After we finished our meal and were getting ready to leave,” Bill says, “the pain became very severe. I even had trouble walking to the […]
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Jamie Brady-Smith

Jamie

When Jamie Brady-Smith started feeling pain around her shoulder, she figured it would go away on its own. She was wrong. Her pain grew more and more intense.   Jamie turned to Huntington Hospital for help. She works here as our manager of donor relations and special events, and trusts us to deliver the best […]
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Pete-Sanchez

Pete

Pete Sanchez was diagnosed with kidney cancer in 2010. After discussing his treatment options with his physician, he decided to have surgery. Pete was referred to Armen Dikranian, MD, our medical director of robotic surgery, for a partial nephrectomy. This delicate procedure removes the tumor while saving the kidney. The minimally invasive procedure was a […]
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Lisa Perkins and doctor posing in front of robotic machine

Lisa

When Lisa Perkins began feeling unwell, she visited Huntington Hospital oncologist Dr. Annie Yessaian, who had previously treated her successfully for ovarian cancer. A computerized tomography scan detected a tumor on Lisa’s kidney and she was referred to Dr. Armen Dikranian, urologic surgeon and the medical director of the robotic surgery program. Dr. Dikranian recommended […]
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