Lebanon VAMC – Robotic Surgery System

Lebanon VAMC has a da Vinci robotic assisted surgical system. The system provides benefits to Veterans like shorter hospital stays and faster, less painful recovery. It is used in urology, colorectal and general surgery for procedures like hernia repair, colectomies, cholecystectomies (gall bladder removals), and prostatectomies. Watch our surgeon Dr. Bryan Pilkington as he speaks about the system and its benefits. Please note this is a recorded video meeting and live Q&As are not available.

More information about the system is here: https://go.usa.gov/x6TBJ

Learn more about Lebanon VAMC by watching our information video here: https://youtu.be/7o6NqAFPs50. Lebanon VAMC offers acute medical, surgical, behavioral health and long-term inpatient care and a full range of outpatient services including primary care, specialty care, home based care and psychiatric rehabilitation services. The facility is located in South Central Pennsylvania and serves Veterans through its main hospital in Lebanon County as well as five community clinics locations.

If you are a Central Pennsylvania Veteran interested in receiving free or reduced cost health care please call 717-272-6621, ext. 6000.

This video was filmed safely, please check with your VA facility about current COVID-19 safety requirements.

This video was produced by Lebanon VA Medical Center Public Affairs office, VHALebPublicAffairs@va.gov, Angela King-Sweigart.

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