Not sure if this is under the correct forum... So I work in the ER at a fairly busy suburban ER. A couple of months ago I started having pain in my right hip area. I had a feeling it wasn't going to be Avascular Necrosis as I had this two years ago and needed a hip replacement. So after getting X-rays and CT the Ortho confirmed I needed a new right hip. Scheduled surgery for March 8th of 2023. The night of March 7th I get a phone call from scheduling telling me to be at the hospital at 08:45 the next morning. I'm all psyched as I can sleep in a little and get up properly. It's now the morning of March 8th at 05:45. My phone rings and it's the hospital. RN from same day surgery asking me if I'm coming for surgery. Confused I tell her yes but that I was told not to be at the hospital until 08:45. Silence on the phone. The RN asks me to hold on a second. After about a minute she picks back up and says "No, you're supposed to be here at 05:45" the nurse then states " I know what happened, whoever they had call me the night before misread the time at 08:45 instead of what was written of 05:45". She goes on to tell me to just get up, don't shower, just get to the hospital ASAP. I live 50 minutes away! So my wife, who so was not happy, gets up and throws on sweatpants. I make it the hospital and 5 nurses simultaneously are getting me prepped for surgery. Fortunately the surgery went off without a hitch. Recovery been a little rough but nothing I cannot handle. So now my wife (who is an Xray tech) wants me to make a big deal out of it and state its a medical error. While I agree to some point it was I did have the surgery and went home the same day. I guess if they didn't perform the surgery and made me wait another week I would be more onboard with reporting. Especially since I am an RN in the same hospitals ER I don't want to draw attention to myself especially for when I go back. I love my job and I love my hospital and co-workers. Can I get some opinions? I have only been working at this hospital for about 6 months now and plan on staying until I retire.