Surgical Care at Overland Park Regional Medical Center
Whether inpatient or outpatient, at Overland Park Regional Medical Center we understand that there's no such thing as “routine” surgery and that patients and their families are concerned about surgical care. We work closely with patients, families and doctors to be sure that every question is answered and every concern addressed – including advice on how to prepare for your surgery, what to expect during your treatment and the best ways to make a fast, full recovery. Overland Park Regional Medical Center is equipped to perform surgeries such as:
- ACL reconstruction
- Arthroscopic surgery (shoulder, knee, and wrist)
- Back surgery
- Blood transfusions
- Brain surgery
- Dilatation of esophagus
- Endometrial ablation
- Endoscopic carpal tunnel
- Excision of colon polyps
- Excision of lesions and masses
- Setting a fracture
- Heart surgery
- Joint replacement surgery
- Laparoscopic appendectomy
- Laparoscopic assisted hysterectomy
- Laparoscopic cholecystectomy
- Open or Laparoscopic hernia repair
- Pain management
- PEG tube placement
- Repair of pelvic prolapse
- Total joint replacement
- Tubal ligation
- Urinary incontinence/pelvic floor abnormalities
- Vascular surgery
Don’t worry if your surgery isn’t listed – just call Overland Park Regional Medical Center at (913) 541-5000 and we’ll be happy to give you more details.
da Vinci® Surgical System
More InformationOverland Park Regional Medical Center has added the da Vinci® robotic surgical system to its comprehensive surgical services. The da Vinci Surgical System, a breakthrough platform for minimally invasive surgery, is a sophisticated robotic platform designed to allow physicians to perform complex surgical procedures through very small incisions.
With the smaller incisions and greater surgical precision, da Vinci surgery offers important benefits to patients including significantly less pain, less blood loss, less scarring, shorter surgery recovery time and a faster return to normal daily activities.
Using the da Vinci System, the surgeon operates while seated at a console next to the operating table, viewing a 3D image of the surgical field. The surgeon uses master controls located below the display to perform the procedure. The system translates the surgeon’s hand, wrist and finger movements into precise, real-time movements of the surgical instruments inside the patient.
Surgeons utilize the da Vinci System for urological, gynecological and general procedures.
Patients interested in learning more about robotic-assisted surgery can visit daVinciSurgery.com.