Hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) severely impacts patients’ quality of life (QoL). Surgery has shown potential in improving a patient’s QoL in severe disease. Previous studies have evaluated QoL after surgery, but lack a disease-specific questionnaire to better evaluate the unique burden of disease that patients with HS experience. To measure postoperative QoL in patients with HS using a modified version of the disease-specific questionnaire, the Hidradenitis Suppurativa Burden of Disease (HSBOD) Tool. A retrospective study was conducted using 19 patients who underwent surgery for HS. A demographic form and a 19-item disease-specific questionnaire were emailed to patients who consented to complete the survey. Patient-reported outcomes were recorded on a 0-100 scale (100 representing the highest burden of disease).