SERVICESPhysician Anesthesia Services, P.C. offers the following services:
ObstetricsThe obstetrical service that Physician Anesthesia Services, P.C. provides is a comprehensive 24-hour epidural service for obstetrical patients as well as anesthesia for all GYN surgery and Exempla Lutheran Medical Center. All epidurals are placed and managed by M.D. anesthesiologists. Combined spinal-epidural techniques are also offered as part of the service. Your anesthesiologist may attempt to reach you by phone the evening before your scheduled cesarean birth or GYN surgery. If you would like more information, please contact us.
Surgical Pain ManagementThe physicians of PAS, P.C. pride take immense pride in offering high-quality advanced pain management techniques at all of the locations they serve. These treatments include single-dose and continuous nerve block placement for the relief of pain from orthopedic and other extremity surgeries, epidural analgesia for obstetrical, vascular and general surgical procedures, intraspinal opiate administration, and management of intravenous pain medications. With our vast experience in the placement of peripheral nerve bocks, epidurals and other pain-relieving techniques, PAS physicians achieve a high level of success at an extremely low rate of complication. Please feel free to contact us regarding questions about our surgical pain management services.
Pediatric AnesthesiaMembers of Physician Anesthesia Services, P.C. have been providing pediatric anesthesia care to the west-metro Denver area for over twenty years. All of the physicians on our pediatric care team are board certified or eligible in anesthesiology. Additionally, some members are also board certified in pediatrics, internal medicine or have advanced training in pediatric anesthesiology.
It is our policy to try to contact the parents or guardians of pediatric patients by telephone the night prior to surgery. This allows us to become familiar with your child’s medical condition and prior anesthesia and surgical experiences. This is a good time to review any preoperative instructions and have your questions answered regarding the plan for anesthesia.
Please contact us with any questions or concerns you may have about your child’s upcoming anesthesia in any of the facilities we serve.