St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne has expanded its robotic program with the addition of the state-of-the-art da Vinci Xi Surgical System.
The new system features three-dimensional, high-definition visualization. It also allows for enhanced dexterity and greater precision and control for surgeons.
The center’s second robot has expanded community access to numerous advanced surgical therapies that are minimally invasive and can significantly reduce a patient’s time in the hospital.
Surgical treatments are available in all subspecialties, ranging from treatments for common conditions such as hernias to treatments for colorectal conditions like benign and malignant colon and rectal tumors.
The hospital’s first procedure using the new da Vinci Xi was performed by board-certified and robotically trained surgeons Dr. Justin Harmon and Dr. Alfred Trang. They successfully completed a partial nephrectomy and ventral hernia repair.
“The da Vinci Xi robot is one of the most advanced tools available for our patients,” said Harmon. “We are performing very complex surgical procedures with ease, getting patients back to their normal lives faster than ever before. It is an honor to support our robotic surgeons and I look forward to the continued expansion of our robotic program.”
Read more about St Mary Medical Center’s new da Vinci Xi Surgical System here.