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Robotic Surgery at San Ramon Regional Medical Center
When you choose robotic assisted surgery, you are choosing one of the least invasive surgical treatments available today. San Ramon Regional Medical Center was one of the first hospitals in the country to employ a robot designed to offer surgeons better
precision and control in advanced minimally invasive procedures and now we have three robotic systems to better help our patients. At San Ramon Regional Medical Center you can trust you are in good hands with our specifically trained surgeons.
For qualified patients robotic assisted surgery offers numerous potential benefits over the traditional open surgery, including:
Shorter hospital stay
Less risk of infection
Less blood loss and transfusions
Quicker return to normal activities
Greater precision and efficiency
Individualized fit for joint replacement
Robotic-assisted surgical procedures offered at San Ramon Regional Medical Center:
Colorectal Surgery General Surgery Gynecologic Surgery Thoracic Surgery Urologic Surgery Orthopedic Surgery
Get treated and get on with your life
San Ramon Regional Medical Center has three operating suites dedicated to advanced laparoscopic and endoscopic procedures, featuring robotic and voice-activated equipment. Our innovative history includes:
First hospital in the U.S. to perform laparoscopic aortic bypass surgery (June 1995)
First hospital in the world to have voice-activated robotics used in surgery (July 1996)
Introduced the Bay Area Heart Institute, transferring its minimally invasive expertise into a new area, cardiovascular surgery (January 2000)
First robotic system in hospital based ambulatory surgery center in Bay Area (2018)
For more information on robotic orthopedic surgery, click here.