Introduction

Scott Sullivan, MD, FACS and Frank DellaCroce, MD, FACS, founders and principal surgeons of the Center for Restorative Breast Surgery, have opened St. Charles Surgical Hospital. As world leaders in breast reconstructive surgery, Drs. Sullivan and DellaCroce perform the full spectrum of state-of-the-art breast reconstruction techniques, including the immediate nipple-sparing mastectomy procedure. Their extensive experience and the groundbreaking advances in breast reconstruction have distinguished them as some of the most sought-after microsurgeons in the world. They pioneered the stacked flap and hip flap breast reconstruction techniques, and continue to make groundbreaking medical advances.

As part of their commitment to total patient care, Dr. DellaCroce and Dr. Sullivan have been joined by other surgical specialists who share their vision for excellence in this special patient care arena.  

St. Charles Surgical Hospital is modern, patient-focused facility equipped with a CT scanner, C-arm units, portable x-ray equipment and ultrasound machines to meet all patient diagnostic imaging needs. SCSH is also the first hospital in the United States to develop a dedicated and comprehensive lymphedema treatment program, complete with dedicated specialists, physiotherapists, and advanced surgical techniques.

The hospital was thoughtfully designed to incorporate a spa-like environment conducive to the healing of both mind and body through the use of soothing colors, textures and lighting. Artwork and utilization of natural elements throughout the facility impart a sense of calmness and well-being.

St. Charles Surgical Hospital is committed to providing its patients with the best surgical care in the world, setting a higher standard of excellence within a patient-focused atmosphere. The 60,000 square foot hospital sits adjacent to the world-renowned Center for Restorative Breast Surgery on historic St. Charles Avenue.  These facilities provide total, state-of-the-art care from initial consultation through recovery.