The advent of robotic surgery, introduced
at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center
in 2002, at Monmouth Medical Center in 2006, Community and Saint Barnabas
Medical Centers in 2007, and Clara Maass Medical Center in 2012 has changed
the landscape of medicine and promises to
shape the future with increasingly streamlined
procedures. The technology,
combined with the skillful hand of the surgeon, has raised
the standard of care
complex surgeries while affording patients dramatic benefits.
robotic surgery program performs the broadest range of robotic surgeries with
specialties including general surgery, gynecology, gynecologic oncology,
adult and pediatric urology, thoracic and cardiology.