Ohio's Humility of Mary Health Partners Completes St. Elizabeth Robotic Surgery Center
Digital Journal report.
The newly renovated unit offers spacious, private rooms for patients recovering from robot-assisted surgical procedures. St. Elizabeth Health Center introduced da Vinci robotic surgery to the area in 2007, at which point the robot was used to perform urological procedures such as prostatectomy. The technology has since been expanded to perform urological, gynecological, general and thoracic procedures.
To date, nearly 900 robot-assisted surgeries have been completed at St. Elizabeth Health Center.
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