Minimally Invasive Robotic Surgery
- the da Vinci Robotic Surgery System
Recent advancements in minimally invasive surgical technologies mean that savvy patients have options other than conventional surgery.
San Francisco's California Pacific Medical Center has invested in the latest, most precise technology - the da Vinci Robotic Surgery System, which has been used in various procedures from minimally invasive heart surgery to minimally invasive cancer surgery including prostate, kidney, bladder, gastrointestinal (GI), endometrial and more.
Our top Bay area surgeons are trained to perform robotic-assisted minimally invasive procedures because it benefits patients with:
- Easier and faster recovery
- Smaller scars
- Less pain
- Shorter hospital stay
- Less blood loss
When Can the da Vinci Robot Help?
- Gynecologic procedures using da Vinci
- Mitral valve repair using da Vinci
- Urologic procedures using da Vinci
- Gastrointestinal procedures using da Vinci
- Browse all Conditions and Procedures
About Robotic Surgery with the da Vinci Surgical System at CPMC San Francisco
San Francisco residents as well as people who come from all over the United States know that CPMC’s top surgeons are among the best in the San Francisco Bay area at performing da Vinci Robot-assisted surgeries. In fact, CPMC’s gynecologists perform more da Vinci Robot-assisted surgeries than any other San Francisco Bay Area doctors. Robotic surgery such as the da Vinci surgical system is now the gold standard of treatment for many conditions. Our commitment is to be one of the best robotic and da Vinci surgery centers in the San Francisco Bay Area, in California, and in the United States and to work with our patients to determine the best treatment options, including minimally invasive robotic surgery using the top-rated da Vinci robot. Our Robotic Surgery Department serves the entire San Francisco Bay Area, including San Francisco and Marin County, as well as the entire Northern California region with da Vinci certified surgeons.
Note: da Vinci takes its name from Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci the famous Italian artist and scientist. “da Vinci” may be misspelled as one word, daVinci, as in daVinci robotic surgery, or daVinci surgery, or daVinci certified surgeon, but the correct spelling is two words, da Vinci.
Watch a news video - Robotic surgery underway in San Francisco Opens new window - about CPMC's robotic surgery program and the Da Vinci System from CCTV America News Opens new window .