Two surgical facilities
Dynacq’s central surgical campus is in Pasadena, Texas, southeast of Houston. It is home to Surgery Specialty Hospitals of America. We opened a new surgical hospital in Dallas, Texas in December, 2003.
Surgery Specialty Hospitals of America (SSHA)
This is our original hospital. Designed and built by management, SSHA is intended to maximize surgical efficiency and patient care. This compact prototype offers large, well-equipped operating rooms utilized by qualified surgeons and experienced staff, and is a healthful patient environment where personal attention is the order of the day. SSHA focuses on specialized surgical procedures without the stress and disruptions of large general hospitals. This atmosphere fosters patient well-being and fast recovery, as well as efficient use of facilities and surgeons’ valuable time. This hospital is adjacent to a medical office building housing physicians and, ancillary services. SSHA’s principal surgery focus is a balance between complex orthopedic procedures, such as spine surgeries, and bariatric surgery for obese patients. After more than 1,200 bariatric procedures, we are very proud of our record of success and the compliments which our hospital has received from former patients.
Vista Hospital of Dallas - (Closed September, 2011)
The newest hospital, Vista Hospital of Dallas, is our largest hospital to date, a 90,000 square foot hospital, together with a medical office building set on 23 acres in Garland, Texas, Northeast of Dallas. This hospital opened in December 2003 after renovations were completed. While physicians are still being added to the staff, this facility has thus far concentrated on complex orthopedic surgeries, such as spine surgeries. In August 2004 the first bariatric surgery was performed at Vista Hospital of Dallas. In due course other surgery specialities are expected here as well. Dynacq’s mission is to build a better surgical care model for surgeons and patients across the country. This facility is closed as of September 30,2011.