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Meet some of Sharp's robotic gynecologic surgery patients, and read about their life-changing experiences. Sharp HealthCare is proud to help make stories like these possible.
|Diana's Robotic Gynecologic Surgery Story
Read the story of Diana, a patient who overcame uterine cancer and underwent a complete hysterectomy via da Vinci® robotic-assisted surgery. Read Diana's story now.
|Emily's Gynecologic Robotic Surgery Story
Emily was planning to travel to Florida for the birth of her first grandchild, but a potentially serious gynecologic conditions threatened to keep her grounded. Robotic surgery made it possible for her to recover quickly and be ready to travel across the country. Read Emily's story now.
|Jacki's Robotic Hysterectomy Story
When Jacki learned she needed to have a hysterectomy, she hoped she'd be a candidate for robotic-assisted surgery. Read Jacki's story now.
|Michelle's Robotic Gynecologic Surgery Story
When Michelle's doctor discovered a uterine fibroid that needed treatment, she researched her options and determined a robotic-assisted hysterectomy was the right procedure for her. Read Michelle's story now.
|Raven's Bloodless Robotic Hysterectomy Story
As a busy mother of five children, Raven didn't have time for the constant, debilitating pain her fibroids were causing her last year. As a Jehovah's Witness, she didn't want to have a blood transfusion during her surgery. A robotic hysterectomy was the perfect treatment option for Raven. Read Raven's story now.
How to Choose a da Vinci Specialist at Sharp
Sharp accepts almost all health insurance. For help finding a surgeon who specializes in robotic surgery or to schedule a consultation, call 1-800-82-SHARP (1-800-827-4277), Monday through Friday, 8 am to 6 pm.
To learn more about Sharp's robotic surgery services or to find a Sharp-affiliated doctor, search for a San Diego OBGYN or call 1-800-82-SHARP (1-800-827-4277), Monday through Friday, 8 am to 6 pm. For general information about gynecological cancer, please read Gynecological Cancers in Adult Health.