When it comes to choosing a hospital or outpatient surgery center, safety is the No. 1 priority. In addition, Dr. Camille Cash believes that the patients who visit her in the Greater Houston area for plastic surgery deserve surgical facilities that are comfortable and convenient. Therefore, she performs all surgeries in fully licensed and accredited hospitals and surgical centers.
Dr. Cash values your safety and comfort as much as providing you with attractive results. Request a consultation with Dr. Cash or call (713) 571-0600 to schedule a visit to talk about your plastic surgery options in Houston, TX.
The Joint Commission is an independent, not-for-profit organization that sets standards for hospitals and outpatient surgery centers, among many other types of medical facilities. What is accreditation? It is a distinction for surgical facilities that indicates quality, similar to board certification for plastic surgeons. Both distinctions are voluntary and represent dedication to the highest industry standards. The Joint Commission sets standards for organization quality, safety-of-care issues, and the safety of the environment in which care is provided. Accredited facilities are subject to an unannounced survey by The Joint Commission at any time.
Dr. Cash's patients have the option of a hospital setting or an outpatient surgical center for their cosmetic surgery procedures.
Humble Surgical Hospital
Dr. Cash performs surgical procedures at Humble Surgical Hospital in Humble, Texas. It is a new center, convenient for patients from Kingwood, Tomball, and the Woodlands, that began as a purely outpatient surgical center and grew to a full-fledged hospital in August 2010. This state-of-the-art hospital has united nationally recognized physicians and specialists in all aspects of patient care. Dr. Cash is pleased to be one of Humble Surgical Hospital's founding 12 physician partners.
St. Joseph Medical Center
Accredited by The Joint Commission, St. Joseph Medical Center is the oldest continually operating hospital in the city. The hospital first opened its doors in 1887. Often thought of as the birthplace of many native Houstonians, Dr. Cash relates that St. Joseph also has a long tradition of serving reconstructive and cosmetic surgery patients. In fact, she completed her general and plastic surgery training through St. Joseph Medical Center and its affiliated hospitals.