The Bott Family Surgical Pavilion at Saint Clare’s Hospital/Denville
offers state-of-the-art technology – revolutionizing surgical care
for our physicians, nurses, patients, and their families.
The Pavilion, featuring seven operating rooms, combines the latest in digital
technology with the insights of evidence-based design to promote healing,
improved outcomes, and patient privacy and safety.
With its technology, and the extraordinary care of its surgical staff,
the Bott Family Surgical Pavilion is designed to provide a smooth and
stress-free experience – while ensuring the most positive outcome possible.
A visible difference. Improved holding areas that provide more privacy for each patient and
other soothing touches help lessen the stress of surgery. In the operating
rooms themselves, sophisticated LED lighting helps surgeons see with great
clarity and precision than ever before.
A world of connections. High definition cameras and widescreen monitors magnify the most complex
procedures with images that can be instantly shared with pathologists,
laboratories, and specialists anywhere in the world. The latest in communications
technology gives doctors the power to summon vital information and control
every aspect of the OR environment at the touch of a finger.
A higher level of technology. From robotics and minimally invasive procedures to leading edge digital
technology, the Surgical Pavilion brings the latest advances in surgical
technology to patients in our community.
Tiedemann Center for SameDay Surgery at the Denville campus
The Center was made possible by a generous contribution from longtime Saint
Clare’s supporter Kate Tiedemann. It features 18 beds, two new nursing
stations, a larger main waiting room and a "quiet" waiting room
for visitors. The waiting room has a 50" television and tracking
board so visitors are able to track their loved one’s location in
the surgical area. The Tiedemann Center for Ambulatory Surgery provides
our patients with the latest in surgical care in an updated and comfortable