What is robotic surgery?

When life moves fast, you need recovery that moves even faster. That’s why Orlando Health offers robotic surgery. This minimally invasive surgical option provides faster healing, less scarring and shorter hospital stays — so you can feel better quicker and get back to living the life you love. And when you visit our facilities, you can feel confident in our continued focus on your safety.

Robotic surgery allows physicians to perform complex procedures by using miniaturized instruments attached to robotic arms. Surgery is performed using smaller incisions than traditional open surgery, resulting in less trauma to the body. The end result to you includes highly precise, minimally invasive surgery with less scarring, less risk of complications and faster healing.


Minimally Invasive Solutions for a Wide Range of Medical Needs

Orlando Health offers one of the largest robotic surgery programs in the nation. We have physicians skilled in robotic surgery to meet a wide range of medical needs, starting with robotic procedures for adult and pediatric general surgery, gynecological surgery and weight loss surgery. And with the highest level of infection prevention, screenings and implementing social distancing best practices at all our facilities, we are here and ready to deliver quality care and peace of mind. We also offer robotic surgery to treat colorectal cancer, head and neck cancer, lung cancer, esophageal cancer, adult and pediatric urologic issues, and more.

Advanced Robotic Surgery Center

The Orlando Health Advanced Robotic Surgery Center brings together top surgeons who perform minimally invasive robotic surgery at hospitals throughout the Orlando Health network of facilities in Central Florida. This select group of surgeons has the experience, proven skills and quality outcomes to provide the highest level of surgical care in robotic surgery.


“My recovery from previous surgeries had been very, very difficult. So I was terrified of having to have surgery again. I just didn’t want that downtime. But postoperatively, the same day [of robotic surgery], I was out of bed and walking the halls. By the time I got home on day three, I was walking a mile in the neighborhood. The procedure went so smooth.”

Cynthia, Patient

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