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Robotic Surgery

Robotic Surgery

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with a condition that may require surgery, you owe it to yourself to learn about all of your medical options, including the most effective, least invasive surgical treatments available.

Robotic Surgery

736 Cambridge St.
Brighton, MA 02135
617-789-3309

For information on robotic surgery at St. Elizabeth’s, please call the individual department. For general inquiries about robotic surgery or to be better directed, please call 617-789-3309.

Robotic Surgery at St. Elizabeth's

Robotic-assisted surgery options can result in less pain, faster recovery times, and a quicker return to work and everyday activities. Robotic surgeons use state-of-the-art systems designed to help perform a more precise, less invasive procedure. Compared to traditional surgery, minimally invasive techniques can offer numerous potential benefits for most patients.

Benefits of robotic-assisted surgery can include:
  • Faster recovery and shorter hospital stay
  • Fewer stitches and less scarring
  • Lower risk of complications and infections
  • Less blood loss and the need for transfusions
  • Quicker return to normal activities

At St. Elizabeth's, we offer a robust robotic surgery program and use robotic-assisted surgery for the treatment of gynecological conditions, lung cancer, as well as several cardiac conditions. Urologic robotic surgeries are performed to treat kidney disorders, and prostate, kidney and bladder cancers.

Learn more about our robotic surgery programs:

Cardiac Surgery             

Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Surgery

Gynecologic Surgery           

 

Thoracic Surgery         

Urologic Surgery         

Resources

Endometrial Cancer Case Study
Robotic-assisted Surgery for Gynecologic Cancer
Jennifer B., of Brockton, Massachusetts, first thought that her pelvic pain and irregular menstrual cycles were stress related. She decided to see her doctor when the discomfort did not subside. On December 8, 2009, the 39 year old was diagnosed with endometrial cancer, a common cancer that forms in the tissue lining of the uterus. Hear her story.
Robotic Assisted Cardiac Surgery Video

Our Team

Sonia R. Adams
Sonia R. Adams

Urogynecology

Arvind K.  Agnihotri
Arvind K. Agnihotri

Cardiac Surgery,
Robotic Surgery

Matthew Ingham, MD
Matthew Ingham, MD

Urology

Claudius Conrad
Claudius Conrad

Chief of General Surgery and Surgical Oncology

Brien P.  Daly
Brien P. Daly

Gynecology Services,
Robotic Surgery

Katherine Matta
Katherine Matta

OB/GYN,
robotic surgery

Anthony N. McCluney
Anthony N. McCluney

Bariatric Surgery

Deborah R. Schnipper
Deborah R. Schnipper

Colorectal Surgery

John Wain
John Wain

Thoracic Surgery