A pioneer in adopting robotic technology and minimally invasive surgery, Mount Sinai Health System in New York has established a new robotics institute so it can advance its groundbreaking work in the field through clinical research and training in advanced surgical techniques.

For nearly a decade, surgeons at Mount Sinai have leveraged robotic surgery to treat myriad medical conditions, including urological disease, oral and throat cancers, obstetrics, cardiovascular disease, as well as neurological conditions. Now, the healthcare provider is attempting to tap into its surgeons’ considerable experience and to disseminate what it’s learned more broadly.

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