Ground Floor, 215 Greenhill Road,
Eastwood, South Australia 5063

Patient Resources

Your ParkView Day Surgery Visit

So you feel comfortable and well prepared for your chosen procedure, you will be provided with easy to understand and comprehensive information and resources that clearly explain what to expect when attending ParkView Day Surgery on the day of your procedure.

Please also find this below at the relevant tabs.

In addition, our expert and friendly staff are always available to answer any questions you may have.

Please be reassured that ParkView Day Surgery is operating within government safety guidelines with patient and staff safety in mind.

Patient resources and things to consider ahead of your visit

Online Forms

To improve waiting times, streamline administration, and provide convenience for our patients, ParkView Day Surgery offers the opportunity to complete your forms online.

Please see the links to them below.

We understand some prefer to complete a paper document and we will have the form available at your appointment if this is your preference.

  • Day Surgery Pre-Admission Form
  • Laser Vision Correction Pre-Admission Form

Visit Preparation Advice

We appreciate that surgery can be daunting.  

Knowing where to be, what to bring, and what to expect can help to remove any uncertainty you may be feeling.  

Before your surgery date, and as a part of our pre-admission process, we make sure to connect with all patients via a phone call. This allows us to gather some further information about you, provide you with the information relevant to your procedure and attendance at ParkView Day Surgery, and provides you with the opportunity to ask any questions you may have, 

See the below advice and recommendations to ensure your surgery day is stress free.  

  • On the day of your procedure please present at the ParkView Day Surgery reception desk at the time provided on your admission documentation and one of our friendly reception staff will assist you. 
  • You will not be able to drive home after your procedure. You will need to arrange for a friend or family member to attend with you or collect you after your procedure.  
  • For procedures involving IV sedating medications, you will be required to have a responsible adult with you for the next 24 hours. 
  • Wear comfortable clothing and flat shoes and no eye make up on the day of your surgery. 
  • Please bring the below documents and resources with you on the day:
    • Your admission records
    • Drivers License (if you have one)
    • Medicare Card
    • Private Heath Insurance card or details (if you have private health insurance).
    • Veterans’ Affairs card or Pensioner Concession card (if you have either of these)
    • Any medications you are currently taking
    • Advanced Care Directive (if applicable)

For answers to other general enquiries and questions please visit our FAQ’s page here.

Speak to a member of our customer service team

Our skilled and friendly customer service staff are always available to answer any questions you may have via phone on 08 8274 7070 or via email at the button below.

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