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Raleigh Orthopaedic Surgery Center

3001 Edwards Mill Road, Raleigh, NC 27612

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The entrance for the surgery center is located on the lower level of the Raleigh Orthopaedic Edwards Mill Office.

Surgery Center:
By Appointment
Monday – Friday: 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m
Special Office Hours:
There are currently no non-holiday office closings.
We are closed for:
New Year’s Day
Labor Day
Memorial Day
Thanksgiving Day
Independence Day
Christmas Day

Location Overview

About Raleigh Orthopaedic Surgery Center

As part of our main location in Raleigh, NC, the Surgical Center represents one of our two main locations for surgeries to be performed under the Raleigh Orthopaedic name. The surgery center, which is located near the North Carolina Museum of Art and across from UNC REX Hospital, is easily accessed by Route 40 and Route 440. 

Raleigh Orthopaedic Surgery Center is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) and is the first outpatient surgery center in the Triangle. Click here to learn more about the Surgery Center.

Why choose us

Why Choose Raleigh Orthopaedic Surgery Center?

The Raleigh Orthopaedic Surgery Center, which opened in the spring of 2013, brings together two premier organizations to provide patients with a new level of orthopedic surgical excellence. We are the largest outpatient surgery center in the Triangle to specialize exclusively in orthopedics, and our patients receive outstanding patient satisfaction, superior clinical outcomes, and reduced costs.

The surgical center, at 27,707 square feet, is the largest and most modern outpatient orthopedic facility in Eastern North Carolina. In addition to modern and comfortable amenities for those in the waiting room, there are 7 pre-operative bays, 2 large procedure rooms, 4 operating rooms, 8 stage I recovery bays, and 9 stage II recovery bays.

However, most patients don’t choose us for our modern facilities and the latest surgical technology. We’re the choice for orthopedic surgery in the Triangle community because we stick to our commitment for patient-focused care. Your treatments are always physician-directed, and our surgical staff consists of surgeons trusted by everyone from professional and amateur athletes to families and seniors. For the most comfortable experience and the best long-term outcome, trust Raleigh Orthopaedic. If you’re interested in seeing reviews from previous patients, please continue reading for reviews of both our surgeons as well as our location.

Our Specialists

Orthopedic Surgeons at Raleigh Orthopaedic Surgery Center

The following are the board-certified and board-eligible, fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons available at Raleigh Orthopaedic Surgery Center:

Daniel J. Albright, MD
Total Joint Replacement
Joseph U. Barker, MD
Sports Medicine & Arthroscopy
Matthew T. Boes, MD
Sports Medicine, Arthroscopy & Total Joint Replacement
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David W. Boone, MD
Sports Medicine, Foot & Ankle Surgery
Edwin R. Cadet, MD
Sports Medicine & Arthroscopy
G. Hadley Callaway, MD
Sports Medicine & Arthroscopy
Michael J. Casale, MD
Foot & Ankle Surgery
John B. Chiavetta, MD
Total Joint Replacement
David M. Dare, MD
Sports Medicine & Arthroscopy
Scott M. Eskildsen, MD
Total Joint Replacement
Edward W. Jernigan, III, MD
Hand, Upper Extremity & General Orthopedics
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William M. Isbell, MD
Sports Medicine & Arthroscopy
Kevin J. Logel, MD
Foot & Ankle Surgery
David Clinton McNabb, MD
Total Joint Replacement
Mark R. Mikles, MD
Neck & Spine Surgery
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Joseph J. Schreiber, MD
Hand, Wrist, Elbow & Arthroscopy
Daniel J. Thibaudeau, MD
Neck & Spine Surgery
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Harrison G. Tuttle, MD
Hand, Wrist, Elbow, Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine
Bradley K. Vaughn, MD, FACS
Total Joint Replacement
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Tyler Steven Watters, MD
Total Joint Replacement
Scott M. Wein, MD
Hand, Wrist, Elbow & Arthroscopy
Robert T. Wyker, MD
Sports Medicine, Arthroscopy & Total Joint Replacement

Additional Information

Additional Location Information

On the day of your scheduled surgery, please arrive at the surgery center 90 minutes before your scheduled surgery time. In case of a change to your scheduled time, our team will keep you informed with as much advance notice as possible. Avoid food and water after midnight the night before. Please contact the surgeon’s office if you are experiencing fever, chest cold, diarrhea or vomiting the day ahead of your schedule.

Please discuss with your physician which medications are acceptable to take ahead of your surgery. These may include:

  • Cardiac/heart medications (especially Beta blocker medications)
  • Most anti-hypertensives (blood pressure medications)
  • Cholesterol medications
  • Bronchodilators (inhaled medications for the lungs)
  • Reflux and heartburn medications (Prilosec, Nexium, Zantac, Protonix but NOT Tums, Rolaids or similar chalky medications)
  • Anticonvulsants (seizure medications)
  • Thyroid replacement (Synthroid and others)
  • Steroids (prednisone and others)
  • Immunosuppressants
  • Parkinson disease medications
  • Birth control pills
  • Opioids or narcotic medications if needed for pain control and only if they do not contain ibuprofen

For additional recommendations, please visit the day of surgery page on the surgery center website.

Board Certified, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

Subspecialty Certification in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine, Certificate of Added Qualification in Hand Surgery

  • Aetna / Coventry
  • Alignment HC
  • Blue Cross
  • Cigna
  • Humana
  • Humana Military/ Tricare East
  • MedCost
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Multiplan / PHCS
  • Prime Health
  • United Healthcare
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