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Emergency Surgery

ACS Surgeon Dr. Bennett

Turn to North Carolina Surgery’s doctors if you or a loved one has a health emergency that needs surgery. You can receive treatment from our acute care surgeons in the REX Emergency Department 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We’ve provided emergency surgical care for your neighbors for over 60 years in Raleigh, NC and surrounding cities in the Triangle.

Emergency Conditions Treated

Receive quick care for life-threating emergencies or minor ailments at North Carolina Surgery. Our surgeons routinely treat conditions related to:

Do I Need Emergency Surgery?

For care of everyday health problems, your primary care doctor can refer you to North Carolina Surgery to see if an operation is right for you. If you can’t reach your primary care physician right away and don’t know if you need surgery, ask North Carolina Surgery for an evaluation. If needed, you can get surgery within minutes to hours of your diagnosis.

Acute Care Surgicalists

Get fast access to our team of surgicalists—surgeons who focus on surgical care at UNC REX Hospital. A surgicalist is always at the hospital when you need treatment. Your surgicalist responds to your immediate needs in the emergency department and follows up afterward.

Surgicalists can shorten your hospital stay and reduce costs because they’re ready to care for you in a timely way. They have years of experience treating the hardest, most complex emergencies. Trust them to do whatever it takes to care for your condition and help you achieve the best possible outcome.

Our Support Specialists

When you partner with North Carolina Surgery, you can take advantage of support services after treatment. Receive follow-up care with a surgicalist and, if needed, other in-house specialists at UNC REX Hospital. You may work with endocrinologists, gastroenterologists, cardiologists or other experts in your condition.

Call 911

Call 9-1-1 right away if you or a loved one has a medical emergency.

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