Bay Area Physicians Surgery Center opened in April of 2007. We are licensed by the State of Florida, Medicare certified, and accredited by AAAHC. Each area of the Center was designed with patient comfort and safety in mind. Bay Area Physicians Surgery Center is committed to offering the very best environment and excellent care to our patients and their guests. Our staff remains focused on maintaining a warm, friendly, and caring atmosphere and will do everything possible to ensure that your experience with us will be comfortable, rewarding, and cost-effective.
We offer plenty of free on-site parking in addition to a covered drop-off and pick-up area. In addition, we provide free guest wireless internet access for personal laptop and the choice of many convenient locations for your guest to dine and/or shop while waiting, within easy walking distance.
BAPSC provides services to both children and adults. Our nursing staff is well qualified to care for you and your loved ones. The clinical staff is certified in ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support) and PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support).
BAPSC provides services in the following areas of specialization:
- General Surgery.
We accept most insurance plans and will make payment arrangements if you request in advance. For your convenience, we accept checks, cash, and all major credit cards.
Our Quality Indicators
We have a descriptive quality program that includes performance of quality studies and benchmarking activities. Study components include performance goals, data collection, outcomes and corrective actions. The program requires that we complete ongoing internal quality of care and cost studies to constantly improve our quality of care and access our cost effectiveness.
Benchmarking activities include comparisons with national organizations such as the ASC Association, the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc. (AAAHC), The Joint Commission, and Becker’s ASC Review for medication errors, patient falls, patient burns, wrong site surgeries, and unexpected complications.