Your choice for surgery in North Texas
Surgery isn't something you should leave to chance. When you come to Medical City Healthcare, you can trust the surgical team to deliver high-quality care. We use leading-edge techniques and state-of-the-art technology to perform routine procedures and specialized surgeries.
To learn more about the surgical services we offer, call (844) 671-4204.
Advanced surgery options
We are proud to offer a wide range of adult and pediatric surgery services at hospitals across the Medical City Healthcare network. Using the latest techniques, such as robotic surgery, our goal is to help you recover as fast as possible with precise procedures and comprehensive follow-up care.
Types of surgery we offer include:
We specialize in minimally invasive gynecologic procedures, including robotic hysterectomies and myomectomies. Additionally, our Medical City North Hills campus is recognized as a Five-Star Recipient for Hysterectomies and Gynecologic Surgery by Healthgrades.
The surgeons at our hospitals use laparoscopic and robotic techniques to perform procedures from cholecystectomies (gallbladder removal) to gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) surgeries. We treat gastrointestinal conditions affecting the:
- Thyroid gland
Heart and vascular surgery
We offer traditional and robot-assisted heart and vascular surgery for conditions ranging from coronary artery disease to aortic aneurysms. Our full-service heart transplant program through Medical City Heart Hospital offers expert transplant surgery and support services.
You can count on the urology experts at our hospitals to deliver advanced surgical treatment for cancer of the prostate gland, kidney and bladder. We also provide surgery for non-cancerous urological conditions, such as ureteropelvic junction obstruction and vesicoureteral reflux.
We specialize in several different types of cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgeries, including breast augmentation, skin cancer removal, liposuction and cleft lip and cleft palate repair. We use the latest technology to ensure minimal scarring.
The fellowship-trained neurosurgeons at our hospitals use minimally invasive techniques to treat complex neurological conditions. Procedures we offer include:
- Brain tumor neurosurgery
- Endovascular neurosurgery
- Cerebrovascular neurosurgery
- Stereotactic neurosurgery
Robotic-assisted hernia repair surgery
Medical City Healthcare hospitals offer advanced, minimally invasive, robot-assisted hernia surgery for all types of hernias. Whether you have a new hernia injury or have been suffering with hernia pain for a long time, our highly skilled gastroenterologists (GI doctors) and general surgeons can provide relief using advanced tools, treatments and technology.
Types of hernia repair
- Groin hernia repair
- Inguinal hernia
- Femoral hernia
- Pediatric groin hernia
- Hiatal hernia repair
- Umbilical hernia repair
- Ventral hernia repair, including incisional hernia repair for hernias caused by previous surgeries
Faster hernia surgery recovery time
If you've been putting off a hernia surgery because you thought there was a long hernia repair surgery recovery time, you'll be glad to know that the benefits of robotic-assisted hernia surgery may include a shorter hospital stay, less pain and discomfort, smaller incisions and a faster recovery time than traditional open or laparoscopic hernia surgeries.
Candidates for laparoscopic hernia surgery (minimally invasive surgery) may also be candidates for a robot-assisted hernia surgery, which offers many benefits, including:
- Enhanced vision, precision and control
- A 3D view inside your body
- Wristed instruments that bend and rotate far greater than the human hand
- Small incisions for quicker healing, less scarring and reduced risk of infection.
Relief from hernia symptoms
Most hernias will not heal on their own. Hernia repair surgery is necessary to push the abdominal material back where it belongs and to repair the abdominal wall.
A strangulated hernia (one that has become entangled or entrapped and has had its blood supply cut off) requires immediate, emergency hernia repair surgery. If you are having hernia symptoms, such as if the hernia is large or protruding or if the hernia is causing pain, see your doctor immediately and ask if robotic hernia surgery is right for you.