Patient Testimonials

March 7, 2017

I want to thank you all, overall the outpatient total joint replacement for me was outstandingly positive! The attention the entire team gave was professional, but very caring & comforting!

-- Lynn E.

September 26, 2016

I would like to thank the entire staff at Mercer Surgical for their professionalism, dedicated care, and attention paid to me during my surgical procedure.

From the intake staff, who patiently answered any questions I had regarding medication, insurance, and transportation. The professional staffs knowledge and care was exemplary, (I have been a patient of Princeton Medical Center, now University Medical Center at Princeton Plainsboro, since birth, over 59 years ago), if I wasn’t having a medical procedure, I would have believed that I was in some type of spa or relaxation site. They made sure that I was comfortable, explained each procedure they performed, from taking my blood pressure to sedation before surgery.

From a biased point of few, these were the most efficient, knowledgeable and caring women in the medical field I’ve encountered to date, and I would recommend Mercer Surgical to anyone who needs to have surgery performed.

-- Roland A.

June 13, 2016

To Everyone at Mercer County Surgery Center who helped me with my hip replacement surgery, which I had done June 6, 2016. I wanted to send this expressing my sincere gratitude for your care, professionalism, kindness and all around wonderful treatment!!

I feel most grateful for all the attention I received in various forms/areas from your staff. Everyone was wonderful and I would highly recommend your center to anyone I would come across!!
-- Shirin S.


On November 30, 2015, I had my first of two total joint knee replacements, having the left one done first. When discussing my options for the surgery, I was offered inpatient surgery at my choice of three different hospitals, along with the option to have it done on an outpatient basis at Mercer Bucks Surgery Center. To me it just made sense to have it done as an outpatient. I knew I could leave, go home and be comfortable, relax and just recuperate all in the comfort of my own home. I immediately knew I’d made the right choice when I went in for my surgery center meeting. Here, I got to meet everyone who was going to be a part of my big day! Each and every person who would be in the room with me was there. They took the time to introduce themselves, explain to me what their part of the surgery was going to be, and made sure to answer every question I had. That appointment is what sealed the deal for me. The day of surgery everyone treated me wonderfully, and seemed to really care about me and how I was progressing throughout the day. They had me up walking around (with the help of a walker of course) that afternoon, and because I had progressed so well, I was able to leave the facility earlier than expected (personally, I feel I did so well because of how great the team helping me was). I started in-home physical therapy a couple days after my surgery, and that continued for just about two weeks. At that point, I started regular physical therapy, which I’ve just completed. I have just about full range of motion, no pain, and have been off meds for well over a month now. It’s now just a little over 2 months post-operation, and I feel wonderful. This was the best decision I’ve made and I’m looking forward to having my right knee done as an outpatient in a few months!
-- Sheryl R.


November 28, 2016

From the moments of being prepared for my surgery Dr. Cairone and his team treated me with such great respect and care, there was someone always by my side and when it was time to roll in they talked to me until I was asleep. I woke up to someone making sure I was okay. I followed up with Dr. Cairone two weeks after my surgery where again he made sure my healing was a priority and saw that I received appropriate time off from work to heal along with setting up my physical therapy appointments for me. Being in the military (Air Force) having a doctors approval for the month plus time off was crucial. At day one when I first met him I knew this was the right decision he gave me better care than I received on base. You see I had the injury over a year ago while I was deployed and the doctors at my deployed location just didn't really treat me all they did was give me muscle relaxers and motrin saying I was just having back spasms and after being in the desert for eight months I returned to my duty location and my doctor here immediately tried to send me to physical therapy with no other treatment...I did eight months of physical therapy already while I was deployed for two months...Dr. Cairone didn't try to brush me off or offer a quick fix or pains medication, he actually took time to see my MRI's that I had to fight to get done when being seen on base and from that moment he knew I needed surgery. If it wasn't for Dr. Cairone and I am sure I would still just being taking pain medication and doing physical therapy for my two herniated discs and a bulging disc. Thank you so much Dr. Cairone for treating me like a real patient and helping me recover!

-- Denise S.

September 26, 2016

I would like to thank the entire staff at Mercer Surgical for their professionalism, dedicated care, and attention paid to me during my surgical procedure.

From the intake staff, who patiently answered any questions I had regarding medication, insurance, and transportation. The professional staffs knowledge and care was exemplary, (I have been a patient of Princeton Medical Center, now University Medical Center at Princeton Plainsboro, since birth, over 59 years ago), if I wasn’t having a medical procedure, I would have believed that I was in some type of spa or relaxation site. They made sure that I was comfortable, explained each procedure they performed, from taking my blood pressure to sedation before surgery.

From a biased point of few, these were the most efficient, knowledgeable and caring women in the medical field I’ve encountered to date, and I would recommend Mercer Surgical to anyone who needs to have surgery performed.

-- Roland A.

June 13, 2016

To Everyone at Mercer County Surgery Center who helped me with my hip replacement surgery, which I had done June 6, 2016. I wanted to send this expressing my sincere gratitude for your care, professionalism, kindness and all around wonderful treatment!!

I feel most grateful for all the attention I received in various forms/areas from your staff. Everyone was wonderful and I would highly recommend your center to anyone I would come across!!
-- Shirin S.


On November 30, 2015, I had my first of two total joint knee replacements, having the left one done first. When discussing my options for the surgery, I was offered inpatient surgery at my choice of three different hospitals, along with the option to have it done on an outpatient basis at Mercer Bucks Surgery Center. To me it just made sense to have it done as an outpatient. I knew I could leave, go home and be comfortable, relax and just recuperate all in the comfort of my own home. I immediately knew I’d made the right choice when I went in for my surgery center meeting. Here, I got to meet everyone who was going to be a part of my big day! Each and every person who would be in the room with me was there. They took the time to introduce themselves, explain to me what their part of the surgery was going to be, and made sure to answer every question I had. That appointment is what sealed the deal for me. The day of surgery everyone treated me wonderfully, and seemed to really care about me and how I was progressing throughout the day. They had me up walking around (with the help of a walker of course) that afternoon, and because I had progressed so well, I was able to leave the facility earlier than expected (personally, I feel I did so well because of how great the team helping me was). I started in-home physical therapy a couple days after my surgery, and that continued for just about two weeks. At that point, I started regular physical therapy, which I’ve just completed. I have just about full range of motion, no pain, and have been off meds for well over a month now. It’s now just a little over 2 months post-operation, and I feel wonderful. This was the best decision I’ve made and I’m looking forward to having my right knee done as an outpatient in a few months!
-- Sheryl R.


While I was initially very hesitant to have my hip replaced, the option of having the replacement done as an outpatient quickly changed my mind. I did not like the idea of being in the hospital and a rehab facility for recovery. Having the procedure done as an outpatient was a game changer for me. I was able to leave the facility just a few hours later, go home and be in my own bed, my own surroundings and have the nurse and OT check on me almost daily the first week after surgery. My recovery went exceptionally well with no complications and I was so relieved to be in my own home. I would highly recommend the Mercer County Surgery Center to have hip replacement. The staff was very patient with me, given my anxiety about the procedure and my wife was allowed in the room soon after the procedure. All combined, I couldn't have asked for a better result!
-- David H.


I would like to share my experience of my hip replacement surgery by MBO. First I have been a patient of Dr. Eingorn since 1984. So I had complete confidence in him and the team at MBO. So when we did this as an outpatient, I was the first, I had no hesitations or reluctance at all. If this was going to remove the pain that would be fantastic. When I told family, friends and co-workers they were a little shocked that it was even possible. The procedure was completely explained to me. I met with Sue and Denise prior to surgery to show me where I would be and what was involved after surgery. I was very comfortable with what was going on. For me, I really just took a nice nap. Since I have a problem with nausea after surgery, appropriate steps were taken and I was not sick (a first for me). I was up moving around that day, which was pretty amazing, even though I used a walker. At this time, one year later, I have no pain. I have no reservations about doing just about any activity. I have always recommended MBO for many years and I will continue to do so without hesitation.
-- John B.