The concept of patient-centered care is consistently highlighted in medical communities. Current hospital accreditation stresses the need of providing appropriate nursing guidance for the patient. The aim of this project is to promote the pre-operative nursing service in the operation room. According to our investigation, incomplete pre-operative service was caused by: 1. lack of regulation to implement pre-operative visit; 2. shortage of manpower to carry out pre-operative visit; 3. incompetence to response to the questions raised by patients; 4. lack of pre-operative guidance; and 5. lack of evaluation system for pre-operative visit. Our proposed measures included: 1. to establish the standard procedures of pre-operative visit for the patient, including establishment of pre-operative procedure and guidance for pre-operative visit; 2. to combine operation and information management system and provide preoperation information to the pre-operative candidates; 3. to provide necessary training courses; and 4. to conduct satisfaction survey for pre-operative service. Our results indicated that the execution rate 68.9%. Satisfaction was 4.4 out of 5 points. The execution rate reached 82.68% through persistent implementation. The pre-operative visit service helps the patient to cope with the coming operation and also increase patients’ satisfaction toward nursing services.