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Superior Surgeons

While our da Vinci robots are indeed impressive technology, it’s the surgeons that are actually performing the operation. These highly trained experts have complete hands-on control of the instrumentation during a procedure. All of our robotic surgeons have undergone advanced training with the da Vinci system. And they are required to perform a robotic procedure every 30-60 days to ensure patients receive world-class surgical expertise.

Colorectal

Matthew Albert, MD, FACS

Mark Soliman, MD, FACS
 

General Surgery

Nathan C. DeAngelis, DO

Creighton Fiscina, MD

William L. Huether, III, MD, FACS

John W. Robertson, MD, FACS

Gynecology

Edmund C. Boulting, MD, FACOG

Craig N. DeFreese, MD, FACOG

Thomas Enyart, DO, FACOOG

Udita R Jahagirdar, MD, FACOG

Jon F. Sweet, MD, FACOG

Pedro Cruz-Torres, MD, FACOG
 

Urology

Thomas G. Cangiano, MD, FACS

Steve Williams, MD

Extraordinary Technology

Using a wrist-based interface, the da Vinci system accurately translates the surgeon’s own hand motions into precise, fluid movement of the robotic instrumentation during a procedure. The system provides a highly magnified, three-dimensional view inside the patient’s body during surgery. An ergonomically designed console — located just a few feet from the patient — offers the surgeon full control of the robotic instrumentation. Advanced software even minimizes the effects of hand tremors on instrument movements. Additionally, a fluorescence-imaging feature allows a real-time visual assessment of the completed operation.