Well you are not giving any information on
what you are getting your surgery done?
Is this an emergency action?
Is the surgery scheduled ?
Well just in all around information Surgeons are 24/7 on call literally
carry a beeper (Yes beepers still exist) Unless you have a severe problem after surgery they will response immediately or had a bad or allergic reaction. Usually after your surgery they give you a number you can page your personal Doctor for any questions you may have its not guaranteed they will response promptly. Good Luck with your surgery God bless Keep me updated.
Thanks so much for your reply! And I'm getting chest surgery to remove cartilage near my heart. It will be planned. I was just wondering when my insurance accepts everything how long does it usually take for me to get the surgery like how busy are they. Thanks for your answer!
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