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Introducing the Robotic Surgical System
The robotic surgical system is an effective, minimally invasive alternative to both open surgery and laparoscopy. Georgetown Community Hospital's robotic surgery platform is changing the experience of surgery for both surgeons and their patients. The robotic-trained surgerons at Georgetown Community Hospital have 12 years of collective experience, having completed over 2,500 cases.
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Wondering if robotic surgery is an option for your procedure? Give us a call 888.847.DOCS (3627)
In medicine, precision matters
What's in it for you? Because robotic surgery allows for smaller incisions and provides your doctor with unparalleled precision during an operation, many patients experience less pain, shortened recovery times and fewer complications.
"I am using the robotic technology to augment my surgical skills, and doing so allows me to go beyond the limits of the human hand." - Dr. Eric Smith, General & Bariatric Surgeon
"The robotic technology significantly enhances minimally invasive surgery. Patient outcomes are improved, and there is often less pain postoperatively with shorter recovery times." - Dr. Danielle Dietz, General Surgeon
"Minimally invasive robotic surgery has significantly enhanced urological surgery with better patient outcomes and shorter hospital stays." - Dr. Tommy Slabaugh, Jr., Urologist
How precise is robotic surgery?
What conditions do we treat?
Surgical procedures performed with the da Vinci at Georgetown Community Hospital are as follows:
- Anti-reflux surgery
- Bariatric Surgery
- Bladder Cancer
- Colorectal Cancer
- Gallbladder (multi-port and single-site)
- Female Pelvic Floor Reconstruction
- Hernias (groin, umbilical and incisional)
- Kidney Disorder / Cancer
- Prostate Cancer
Sharing Our Wisdom
Based on demonstrated excellence in patient outcomes, Georgetown Community Hospital has been designated as a Mentor Case Observation site for general and bariatric robotic surgery in Kentucky. This means the robotic surgery team is training doctors and surgical teams across the nation on the use of robotic technology for surgery.
If you have been diagnosed with a condition that requires surgery, you might be a candidate for robotic-assisted surgery. There's only one way to find out if robotic surgery is right for you - Give us a call! 888.847.DOCS (3627)
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