At Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, we know that surgery is never “routine.” We offer the most advanced equipment and a surgical team dedicated to providing exceptional patient care in a comfortable atmosphere.

Operating Room

The operating room has 9 surgical suites, two GI Endoscopy Procedure rooms and is full-service with specialties that include general, heart, vascular, neurology, orthopedic, genitourinary, gynecology, maxillofacial, plastic, ear/nose/throat, ophthalmology, bariatric and dental.

The facility’s staff is comprised of RNs, certified surgical technicians, anesthesia technicians, surgical support aides, perfusionists, certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNA) and secretaries, performs 400-500 surgical procedures a month.

All RNs in the OR are TNCC (trauma certification) and CNOR(Certified Nurse Operating Room) 

All RN staff in the OR are Trauma and Operating Room certified nurses

Four specialty call teams, (open heart, neuro, orthopedics and general surgery). The call teams are available 24-hours a day, seven days a week. They are also are certified in trauma care and assist when needed with trauma patients in the Emergency Room.


MD Anesthesia  and CRNA, who are supervised by the MD

Surgical Scheduling

The Surgical Scheduling area’s staff are trained in computer skills and all scheduling is performed on-line. They schedule for surgery, OB, Care Clinic and Pain Clinic as well as for cardioversions.

Sterile Processing

The staff decontaminates, reprocesses/reassembles and sterilizes equipment and supplies for many areas besides the surgical departments, such as Emergency Room, Obstetrics and Home Health—anywhere sterile equipment and supplies are needed. Many of the instrument technicians are certified in Sterile Processing.

Same Day Surgery

Same Day Surgery (SDS) staffs RNs, CNAs, and secretaries who care for patients who are admitted and discharged for day surgery or other procedures too acute for a doctor’s office, yet not needing an overnight hospital stay.


The Post Anesthesia Care Unit RNs are ACLS and PALS staff with special, required certifications, and many nurses have a background in critical care nursing.

Care Clinic

Pre-op teaching and testing is done to prepare the patient for their surgical experience