The Ambroise Paré – Hartmann Private Hospital Group, a pioneer in robotic surgery
The Ambroise Paré – Hartmann Private Hospital Group has acquired a second surgical robot: the Da Vinci Xi, manufactured by the company Intuitives, and becomes the first private establishment in the Paris region to have two latest-generation Da Vinci robots.
The contribution of robotics is no longer in question and has become the standard for advanced surgery. Allowing minimally invasive robot-assisted surgery, robotics provides surgeons with high-definition 3D vision and extremely precise surgical gestures, with a dexterity superior to that of the human hand. As a result, surgical complications are reduced, post-operative recovery is faster, and hospitalization is shorter.
A pioneer in robotic surgery, the Ambroise Paré – Hartmann Private Hospital Group was an early believer in this technology. In 2007, it acquired the first surgical robot, the first to be installed in the private sector in the Paris region. At the time, there were less than 5 robots in France.
The urology team of the Ambroise Paré – Hartmann Private Hospital Group has contributed to the diffusion of this technique by organizing Master Class sessions for French urologists.
With 15 years of experience and nearly 4,000 operations in minimally invasive robot-assisted surgery under its belt, the Ambroise Paré – Hartmann Private Hospital Group has seen its robotic activity increase significantly (+25% per year on average since 2015). It now uses this technology in numerous operations in urology, thoracics and bariatrics.