Our Commitment to You
Charleston Surgical Hospital is committed to providing the highest quality health care for our community.
Convenient Downtown Location
Quick Registration Process
Top Ranked Specialists
State-of-the-art Surgical Operating Rooms
Mobile MRI Out-Patient Imaging
Restricted Visitation – In an effort to protect patients, staff and community, we have restricted visitation policies. All patients, visitors and employees must enter through the main entrance, answer a screening questionnaire and wear a mask at all times in the building.
” The patient was my 9 year old daughter. She was very impressed with how they made her feel comfortable. I’ve never heard of a surgery center letting a child take her favorite doll with her. Then, after the surgery, the doll has on the cap, mouth piece, etc. This brought a smile to her face and she saw her doll had been through the surgery with her. Plus, they never let her see them put an IV in her. This made my husband and myself feel so good that at least she wouldn’t know about this. I feel that what you are doing at this surgical hospital is wonderful!”
” Charleston Surgical Staff is “great” and I mean “great””
” I came in to get a fractured nose corrected and was treated great by every employee here. Was treated great from being admitted to the recovery room.”
“I had so much attention and care it made me feel like I was the only patient in the hospital that day.
“Dr. Castle and his surgical team were very courteous, professional, and efficient.”
“The staff was excellent, courteous, and well-trained. They were very caring and meticulous with my care. I was impressed with the thoroughness of the staff. They were very conscientious. Dr. Cassis is a wonderful eye surgeon. I would highly recommend him and his staff along with this facility.”
“Despite having surgery, my overnight care was almost like a vacation. I felt safe and well cared for. Sincere compliments and many thanks to the nursing staff – all 3 shifts. They were kind, thoughtful and made me feel like the only patient they had.”