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Campbell County Health Introduces Cutting Edge da Vinci Surgical Robot

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Campbell County Health Introduces Cutting Edge da Vinci Surgical Robot

GILLETTE, Wyo. - March 29, 2024 - Campbell County Health (CCH) is excited to share its recent acquisition of the cutting-edge da Vinci Surgical Robot, furthering the organization’s commitment to providing state-of-the-art healthcare services to the community. The da Vinci Robot will be showcased during Access to Healthcare Day on April 6, from 9am to 1pm, inviting community members to witness the advancement of surgical innovation in Northeast Wyoming firsthand.

The da Vinci Surgical System is a platform that combines advanced robotics, cutting-edge computer technology, and precision instrumentation to enable minimally invasive surgery with enhanced precision, control, and dexterity. This system allows surgeons to perform complex procedures with smaller incisions, leading to reduced pain, shorter hospital stays, and faster recovery times for patients.

"At Campbell County Health, we are dedicated to embracing technologies that improve surgical outcomes and experiences," said Ron Evangelista, Director of Surgical Services at Campbell County Health. "The addition of the da Vinci Robot represents a significant milestone in our journey towards providing Excellence Every Day and becoming the first choice for healthcare and wellness in Wyoming.”

Key benefits of the da Vinci Surgical Robot include:

Precision and Accuracy: The robot's advanced technology allows surgeons to perform intricate procedures with unmatched precision, reducing the risk of complications.

Minimally Invasive: With smaller incisions and minimal tissue damage, patients experience less pain, reduced scarring, and quicker recovery times compared to open and laparoscopic procedures.

Enhanced Visualization: The system provides surgeons with high-definition, 3D visualization of the surgical site, allowing for better decision-making and collaboration with other surgeons.

Versatility: The da Vinci Robot can be used across various surgical specialties, including urology, gynecology, general surgery, colorectal surgery, and more, expanding treatment options for patients.

As part of its commitment to enhancing access and community education, Campbell County Health invites community members to attend Access to Healthcare Day on April 6, where the da Vinci Surgical Robot will be on display for demonstrations and interactive sessions. Visitors will have the opportunity to learn about the capabilities of the robot and how it is transforming the future of Northeast Wyoming Surgery

"We encourage everyone to join us on Access to Healthcare Day to learn about robotic surgery at CCH and how it is advancing healthcare delivery," added Matt Shahan, CEO at Campbell County Health. "We are excited to share this remarkable advancement in our offerings with the community and demonstrate our dedication to providing state of the art and high-quality care close to home."

For more information about Access to Healthcare Day, visit

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