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Several complex surgical procedures, such as hysterectomy and mitral valve repair, can now be performed without open surgery using the da Vinci Surgical System, a sophisticated, minimally invasive robotic platform.
St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center is proud to be an accredited SRC Center of Excellence in robotic surgery. Earning SRC’s robotic accreditation signifies our ability to deliver the safest and highest-quality care to our patient. Our commitment to this process has focused our team on exceeding clinical benchmarks and guidelines. Learn More.
Using da Vinci, traditional open surgery can be accomplished endoscopically, with smaller incisions. This minimally invasive surgery offers patients multiple benefits, including:
St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center offers robotic-assisted, minimally invasive procedures, including:
The da Vinci device has robotic arms that hold endoscopic cameras and surgical tools. While a surgeon makes the initial incisions, the robotic arms are used to perform the procedure. The surgeon receives 3D images from the endoscopic cameras and directs the motion of the robot using handheld controllers.
St. Joseph’s now features the Si da Vinci Surgical System, the newest and most advanced model, which features:
For more information about this minimally invasive surgical option, please call 1.888.796.2122.