The Capital Women's Care Frederick Ambulatory Surgical Center is a beautifully-designed, gynecologic surgical facility with certified, operating suite procedure rooms and fully-equipped recovery areas. Our Center provides a full range of outpatient surgical services in the most accessible, convenient, and comfortable setting.
Along with the experienced medical staff of gynecologists from Capital Women's Care, a team of superbly trained nurses and anesthesiologists create our truly special gynecologic surgery center. At the CWC Frederick Ambulatory Surgical Center, you can expect personalized care and attention every step of the way to ensure your surgical experience will be as comfortable as possible.
The center's contact information is listed below and is also shown on our Locations map, marked with a yellow ring:
Capital Women's Care Frederick Ambulatory Surgical Center
61 Thomas Johnson Drive
Frederick, MD 21702
Phone: (301) 663-6171
Fax: (301) 695-4469
Your doctor's office will provide you with detailed instructions regarding your procedure. Please review the following instructions at the time your procedure is scheduled. If you have any questions, please call your physicians office directly.
Preparing for Surgery
- Review all medications that you are taking with your doctor. He or she will let you know which ones may be taken on the day of surgery.
- Complete all laboratory tests requested by your doctor prior to your procedure.
- Do not take aspirin or ibuprofen type products for 14 days prior to your procedure.
- Do not smoke or drink alcoholic beverages after midnight the night prior to your procedure.
- Take nothing by mouth after midnight the night before, except necessary medication that has been approved by your doctor (such as a blood pressure pill) that may be taken with a sip of water the morning of your procedure.
- You must be fasting the day of your surgery.
- Bring your health insurance card and photo identification.
- Do not wear heavy eye make up.
- Leave valuables and jewelry at home.
- You must be driven home after your procedure. If you plan to take a taxi and have had anesthesia, a responsible adult must accompany you.
- Do not drive, drink alcohol, or operate machinery for 24 hours.
- If you have problems or concerns, contact your physician's office directly.
- If you are unable to reach your own doctor and believe it is an emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.