Minimally Invasive, Robotic and Standard Surgery
Centennial Hills Hospital Medical Center in Las Vegas offers both inpatient and outpatient surgery, using minimally invasive, robotic and open procedures. The hospital has eight technologically advanced operating rooms, a pre-operative area, endoscopy center and a 20-bed recovery area. In-house anesthesia services, which include 24-hour acute pain management, are available.
Surgical Services and Procedures
Among the services and procedures available at the Centennial Hills Hospital Surgical Services Center are:
- Bariatric surgery
- ENT (ear, nose, throat) surgery
- Foot surgery
- General surgery
- Gynecological surgery
- Hand surgery
- Orthopedic surgery
- Spine and neurosurgery
- Sports-injury-related procedures
- Total joint replacement (hip and knee)
- Urological surgery
In addition to standard open surgery, surgeons at Centennial Hills Hospital Medical Center have special expertise in laparoscopic or minimally invasive surgery and robotic surgery, which is also a minimally invasive technique.
Minimally Invasive Surgery
Many procedures can be done with tiny incisions, known as minimally invasive surgery. This type of surgery may lead to faster healing and less scarring. Using advanced technology, surgeons make small pencil-sized holes in the body while video equipment is used to provide a magnified view of the surgical site. Instruments are used to perform the surgery through the incisions; this usually results in smaller scars, less time in the hospital and a faster recovery and return to work and daily activities. Our surgical suites are designed and equipped for minimally invasive surgery as well as for traditional surgery. Surgeons at Centennial Hills Hospital perform a variety of minimally invasive procedures involving the neck and spine. Learn more >
Robotic surgery is a method in which the procedure is performed using small tools attached to a robotic arm, which the surgeon controls with a computer. Small incisions are made to insert the instruments into your body. A thin tube with a camera attached to the end of it enables the surgeon to view enlarged 3-D images of the body as the surgery is being performed. The robot matches the doctor's hand movements. Robotic procedures may result in a faster recovery and less time in the hospital. Learn more >
If you need a referral to a surgeon at Centennial Hills Hospital Medical Center, contact our free physician referral service at 702-388-4888.