The First AAAHC Advanced Orthopedic Certified Facility In The Country

Patient-Focused Award-Winning Care

Minnesota Valley Surgery Center has been serving patients and their families in the Minneapolis metropolitan area since 2006. Our facility is the first ambulatory surgery center to be awarded the AAAHC Advanced Orthopedics Certification in the country.

Our state of the art facility is equipped to perform robotic-assisted total joint replacement. We have been awarded the Ambulatory Center Of Excellence (ACE) accreditation, the APEX Quality Award, AAAHC’s Advanced Total Joint Replacement certification and the Blue Distinction Center for Knee and Hip Replacement.

Exceeding Your Expectations

Minnesota Valley Surgery Center is a respected and efficient facility serving the Minneapolis metropolitan area. You can be confident in our highly-trained staff to provide a warm, caring environment and the best care for you and your family.   Our award-winning board-certified physicians treat many complicated medical conditions with outstanding results. Let us be your first choice for patient-focused care.

Total Joint

Our specialized surgeons are the leading experts in robot arm-assisted total joint replacement.

Minnesota Valley Surgery Center Total Joint


Our spine surgeons treat degenerative spinal conditions, disc herniation, stenosis and sciatica.

Minnesota Valley Surgery Center Orthopedic Spine


Our pain management doctors treat all types of joint pain and osteoarthritis in the knees, hips, shoulders and hands.

Minnesota Valley Surgery Center Pain Management


Our sports medicine doctors repair ACL tears, rotator cuff injuries, labral tears and most sports-related injures

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Hand & Wrist

Our hand and wrist surgeons treat carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel, trigger finger and many complex hand injuries.

Minnesota Valley Surgery Center Orthopedic Hand and Wrist

Foot & Ankle

Our foot surgeons repair achilles tendon injuries, ankle instability, hammer toe and many common foot and ankle problems.

Minnesota Valley Surgery Center Podiatry Foot and Ankle

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At Minnesota Valley Surgery Center you can rest assured our experienced doctors are current with the latest medical technology. Our physicians are well-respected in the community for their avant-garde treatments. Now you can learn more about the conditions we treat by reading our blogs or following us on our social media channels.

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Common Questions

Outpatient surgery, also known as ambulatory surgery or same-day surgery is a procedure that does not require an overnight hospital stay.

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After your outpatient procedure, we’ll take you to the recovery area where, once you’re fully awake, your family will be able to join you.

No. Because anesthesia is required for surgeries, we cannot let anyone drive themselves home following a procedure. We ask that you arrange for a family member or close friend to drive you to and from the facility on the day of your appointment. You also need a responsible adult to stay with you for 24 hours after receiving anesthesia.

Our fees cover the use of the facility only. Facility fees do not include laboratory, pathology, surgeon, anesthesiologist or certified nurse anesthetist fees, nor does it include the cost of any implants used for your surgery. You will be billed separately for these fees.

Anesthetics are administered by contracted anesthesia providers, which include anesthesiologists and Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA).

Yes. Before surgery, you and your anesthesia provider will sit down to discuss your medical history and review the anesthesia plan; this is when you’ll be able to voice all of your questions and concerns. Feel free to call our admissions nurse if you have concerns that should be addressed prior to the day of surgery.

Yes. An intravenous (IV) line is started before we surgery so we can administer medication as needed; this may include medication to reduce anxiety or antibiotics prescribed by your surgeon.

No. Your physician, along with the other medical service providers, including anesthesia, radiology or pathology specialists, who use this facility are independent contractors. Because these individuals are not employed by our facility, we are not responsible or liable for their acts or omissions.