Gennadiy Voronov, MD, System Chair
1969 W. Ogden Ave.
5th FloorChicago, IL 60612
Ambulatory Anesthesia involves teaching/hands on care of patients seen in areas outside the Operating Room. In these areas we see pediatric and adult patients with complicated and non complicated conditions with ASA Classification 1-5 in Interventional Radiology, MRI, CT, Cardiology Procedures, Endoscopies, and Medical GI & Surgical Colorectal Procedures. Additionally, the perioperative patients are seen in the SDS/Clinic C where the patient is prepared prior to the date of their operation/procedure. In this clinic the patient’s H&P is completed and all questions or concerns are addressed. Patients with more complicated medical conditions are seen by the Medical Consult Service. The patient’s perioperative issues are discussed with the residents, nurses, Surgical Staff, Medical Consultants, and Anesthesia Staff before the patients is scheduled for their procedure.