Learn More About Da Vinci™ Surgery Options at Oneida Health
Oneida Health is thrilled to provide a variety of minimally invasive surgery options for patients at our state-of-the-art Robotic Surgery Center. Procedures including minimally invasive hysterectomies and single-site-gallbladder surgeries can be performed with small incisions and reduced pain and discomfort. Plus, with robotic surgery patients normally experience incredibly shortened recovery times; meaning you can get back to doing what’s important.
We have the Surgeons.
We have the Technology.
The future of minimally invasive surgery is here…at OHC!
Imagine major surgery performed through the smallest of incisions. Imagine having the benefits of a definitive treatment but with the potential for significantly less pain, a shorter hospital stay, and a faster return to normal daily activities – as well as the potential for better clinical outcomes. Now imagine this technology is available, right here…at Oneida Health!
Thanks to the latest evolution in surgical technology, physicians at Oneida Health now have an effective alternative to traditional open surgery and laparoscopy that allows them to provide patients with the best of both approaches. With the assistance of the da Vinci™ Surgical System, surgeons can now operate using only 1-2 cm incisions, but with greater precision and control than ever before. da Vinci can help surgeons minimize the pain and risk associated with surgery while increasing the likelihood of a fast recovery and excellent clinical outcomes.
Oneida Health is now specializing in Colorectal, GYN, and General Surgery with the da Vinci™ Surgical System!
da Vinci Enhances Your Surgeon’s Skill!
It is crucial to note that this system does not replace your Surgeon. da Vinci has enabled healthcare providers, not replaced them. Our staff of da Vinci certified surgeons has trained specifically for the da Vinci robotic platform. This means that you will continue to receive the precise care you always have, but with decreased incisions sizes, and potentially shorter visits with less pain than traditional surgery techniques.