Accurate and Precise
Shorter Hospital Stay
Robotic surgery is a special kind of surgery where doctors use a computer-controlled robot to help them do surgery through small cuts in the body instead of big ones. This robot has very precise “hands” that allow surgeons to work in tiny spaces in the body that would normally need big cuts for surgery.
Compared to regular open surgery with big cuts, robotic surgery uses smaller cuts, causing less pain and fewer scars. With this technology, surgeons can do complex surgeries through these small cuts.
Surgical robots are machines controlled by computers and can be taught to help position and move surgical tools, making surgeries more accurate and flexible.
Utilising the Da Vinci Robotic System for a range of surgeries including Gynecologic, Urologic, Head and Neck, Gastrointestinal, and various Oncology procedures.
Additionally, we employ the Rosa Robotic System for Orthopaedic Surgery.
Our hospital is home to a proficient team of highly-trained doctors, nurses, and technicians dedicated to delivering top-notch services both during and after surgical procedures.
Cancers, Fertility Conserving Micro-Surgeries, Endometriosis, and other complex surgeries that require precision
Cancers, Anatomy Conserving Micro-Surgeries, Prostate Surgeries and other complex surgeries that require precision
Head and Neck Surgery
Cancers, Surgeries of the Salivary Glands, Thyroid Surgeries, and other complex surgeries that require precision
Cancers, Robotic Hernia and other large complex surgeries that require precision
Specialized surgical care for musculoskeletal conditions, involving bones, joints, ligaments, and tendons.
In February 2022, Medica Superspecialty Hospital welcomed the installation of the 4th Gen Da Vinci Robot, marking its status as the First official Training Center for Robotic surgery in Eastern India.
Under the guidance of Dr. Arunava Roy, Medica has become a hub for training and observation. Since the installation, numerous oncology surgeons and gynecologists from various centers and major hospitals across India have attended and successfully completed their training at Medica.
The Hospital’s commitment extends beyond performing advanced Robotic surgeries; it includes the mission to train future surgeons, equipping them with the Expertise needed to master Robotic surgery.