WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- When it comes to surgery, it's a simple fact that robotic surgery results in smaller incisions - which means less pain, less risk, and faster recoveries.
Robotic surgery is cutting-edge, 21st century technology that offers patients better outcomes and faster returns to normal activity thanks to greater precision, 3-D visualization and smaller incisions. White Plains Hospital surgeons have expertly performed more than 2,500 robotics surgeries over the past decade to treat many cancerous and benign disorders.
White Plains Hospital invites the public to learn more about robotic surgery and see whether it is be right for you or someone you know. Dr. Kimberly Yee, Colorectal Surgeon and Prachee Pathak, PA-C, Administrative Director of Robotic Surgery will discuss the latest developments in robotics and answer audience questions.
The talk will be held at White Plains Library on Oct. 11 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Please contact Jamie Bocchino at (914) 681-2628 for more information.