Our robotic surgical team offers the most experience in Ohio.
Ohio State’s Center for Advanced Robotic Surgery includes our cancer experts at Ohio State’s Comprehensive Cancer Center – James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute, our heart and vascular leaders at the Ohio State's Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital and our pioneers at Ohio State University Hospital.
While all hospitals strive to offer the latest technology, we believe patients deserve the best surgical team. We have the most robotic surgery experience in Ohio, and we offer the most comprehensive program. In fact, Ohio State has the only surgical team in Ohio fully dedicated to robotic surgery. We perform more robotic procedures in a day than many hospitals with robotics around the country do in a month.
With robotic surgery experts in prostate, heart, lung, head and neck, gynecology and more, people come to Ohio State to feel confident in the care they’re receiving.
“Robotic surgery is only a tool. It is optimally effective only in the hands of experienced surgeons. Our robotic team is large and multidisciplinary and has unparalleled experience; from the nurses and operating room staff to anesthesiologists and surgeons, you will not find this depth elsewhere.” — Michael Blumenfeld, MD, Clinical Director, The Ohio State University Center for Women’s Health
Our specialists perform procedures to treat:
Atrial Septal Defect
Coronary Artery Disease
Epicardial Lead Implantation
Gynecologic abnormalities such as uterine and ovarian fibroids and pelvic pain
Head and Neck Cancer
Hysterectomy for malignant conditions and as a cancer risk-reducing procedure
Mitral Valve Disease
We are continuously expanding our robotic capabilities and researching new ways to help patients benefit from this state-of-the-art technology. Find out more about our clinical trials.
“Because Ohio State is a robotic-focused institution, quality care comes naturally. We have a dedicated robotic team that knows robotic surgery inside and out. You end up with everyone working to achieve the same goal — excellence in patient care through robotic surgery.” — David Cohn, MD, Director, Division of Gynecologic Oncology and Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology