First Street Surgical Center

Dr. Rose performs many of his plastic surgery procedures at First Street Surgical Center in Bellaire, Texas. This 12,000 square foot facility has four operating rooms, 10 recovery rooms and is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.

First Street Surgical Hospital 

23 hour observational stays in a beautiful accredited hospital are available.

Arriving at First Surgical Hospital

We endeavor to adhere to our daily schedule so your inconvenience and wait time is minimal, but unexpected events do occur that may disrupt your schedule.

In order to accommodate potential disruptions, we ask that you arrive at the hospital at least 2 hours prior to your scheduled surgery time.  This allows you to relax and familiarize yourself with the environment, finalize any outstanding paperwork, answer any remaining questions, as well as allow the operating room staff some opportunity to rearrange the schedule if necessary.

Our main lobby doors open at 7am, but many patients are asked to arrive at the hospital much earlier to prepare for early morning procedures.  Our Emergency Room entrance is always open and is located around the side of the building.


Family members or friends are welcome to stay with you until you are taken to the operation room.  They may then wait in the waiting lounge.  The surgeon or nurse will come to update your family member(s) or friends(s) on your condition.  After your surgery, visitors are welcome , but please limit to two visitors at a time.  One person may also stay with you overnight if you wish.  There is a sofa bed available in each patient suite that your guest may use to comfortably sleep.

Immediately Prior to Surgery

Immediately prior to surgery, you will be brought to a pre-operative suite where a nurse will check your vital signs and answer any questions you may have.  Your anesthesiologist may administer and initial medication to help you relax at this point as well.  We understand that a surgical procedure  can be intimidating and unfamiliar, so we encourage discussion.  First Surgical Hospital is unique in its boutique environment.

Things You Should Bring

  • Personal toiletries, such as toothbrush, toothpaste, lotion, powder, deodorant, brush, etc.
  • Robe and non-slip slippers.
  • Personal care items you typically require that are unrelated to your surgery, such as canes, walkers, etc. Any personal care equipment you need that is related to your surgery will be ordered by your physician and supplied by First Surgical Hospital.
  • Medications you are currently taking
  • Loose-fitting clothingto wear home after being discharged. A button-up shirt or blouse may be preferable to a pullover.
  • Eyeglasses, hearing aids and dentures.
  • Living will, durable power of attorney, or helath care power of attorney.

Things You Should NOT Bring

  • Large amounts of cash
  • Valuables of any kind
  • Food that requires refrigeration
  • Any large items that require special storage

Required Patient Information

  • Drivers License, State ID, or Passport
  • Insurance Card
  • Workers Compensation Compensibility/Extent of Injury Orders; if applicable

Would You Like a Consultation?

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