Less than 12 km from the Adelaide CBD, Windsor Gardens Day Surgery offers local access to a world-class surgical facility. The day surgery is part of the 480 Specialist Centre on North East Road and is co-located with a number of other specialist health services, including Ophthalmology, Gastroenterology, Colorectal, General Surgery, Plastic Surgery and Dermatology.
Windsor Gardens Day Surgery meets the highest benchmark of quality standards, including personalised, expert care from specialist staff. Patient comfort and convenience are assured with premium fixtures and decor, onsite cafe (opening late February 2019), ample parking and modern amenities.
Undergoing surgery can be an emotionally and physically challenging time for patients and their families. And our staff understand that it’s often the little things that can make a big difference to your experience – from a smile at the front desk to keeping you informed every step of the way to providing a relaxing environment before, during and after your surgery.
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Windsor Gardens Day Surgery is licensed with the SA Department of Health and operates with a quality management system that meets international quality standards (ISO 9001), as well as the latest National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards.
Speaker of the South Australian House of Assembly, Hon. Vincent Tarzia MP, conducted the official opening of Windsor Gardens Day Surgery (WGDS) and commemorative plaque unveiling on 13 June 2019.
The speaker line-up also included Hon. Dana Wortley MP (Member for Torrens), A/Prof William Tam (Immediate Past President of the Australian Medical Association SA branch), Dr Marc Le Mire (Gastroenterologist and Inaugural Chairman of the WGDS Medical Advisory Committee) and Mr James Thiedeman (Vision Eye Institute CEO).
The speakers welcomed the contribution WGDS will make to meeting the health needs of the Adelaide northern suburbs community at a time when demands for such services are increasing. The outstanding reputation of Vison Eye Institute, its doctors and current group of day surgeries was acknowledged. WGDS’s state-of-the-art features were also recognised as a sign of Vision Eye Institute’s commitment to the safety and care of its patients.
Attendees at the official opening included medical practitioners and representatives of SA Health, as well as WGDS staff and members of the construction team (builder, architect and project manager).
The evening concluded with the presentation of ‘Twirling Healing Leaves’, an artwork representing the creation of traditional indigenous bush remedies to welcome and foster awareness of, and ties to, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people.