Safe Surgery at Baptist Health
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At Baptist Health, we are regional leaders in minimally invasive procedures for a wide range of conditions. Our hospitals are equipped with leading-edge technologies used by highly trained specialists to benefit you.
Shorter Hospital Stay
Patients can often return home the same day or after a night or an overnight stay.
The risk of infection and blood loss are greatly reduced.
These procedures typically leave no scar or a tiny scar the size of a dime.
Most patients feel better quickly, reducing the need for pain medication.
Usually involving only a few tiny incisions, this is the most common minimally invasive procedure.
Surgeons at Baptist perform thousands of procedures each year, and studies show a correlation between the number of surgeries and the quality of care as indicated by patient outcomes.
Novalis Tx delivers a fast, accurate, minimally invasive dose of high-energy radiation to treat hard-to-reach conditions in the brain, head, neck and body that often cannot be treated with traditional surgery.
MAKOplasty at Baptist Health is an innovative procedure for total hip arthroplasty and partial knee resurfacing. It provides precision implant alignment and positioning to restore your mobility.
Baptist Health is the region’s leader in offering robotic-assisted surgery, which improves recovery times and outcomes for patients.
Incisionless procedures are performed by entering the body’s natural openings, such as the mouth or nose to treat conditions such as acid reflux and chronic sinus inflammation.
Baptist Health has the only Mazor Renaissance Robotic Technology (two robots) between Atlanta and Orlando, bringing North Florida residents the latest tools for increased precision in minimally invasive spine surgery.