Comprehensive surgical services in McKinney, Texas

At Medical City McKinney, the surgical team is committed to offering you advanced care for a wide range of conditions. From knee replacement to heart surgery, we are here to provide compassionate care with leading-edge technology.

To learn more about the types of surgery we offer, please call our Ask a Nurse free, 24-hour nurse line at (972) 318-6752.

Benefits of robotic surgery

Traditional open surgery with a large incision has its drawbacks—pain, trauma, a long recovery time and risk of infection. However, robotic instruments allow surgeons to perform advanced surgery with unparalleled precision, dexterity and control through small incisions.

Benefits of minimally invasive robotic surgery include:

  • Significantly less pain
  • Less blood loss
  • Less scarring
  • Shorter recovery time
  • A faster return to normal daily activities
  • In many cases, better clinical outcomes

Types of robotic surgery we offer

From knee replacement to gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) surgery, surgeons can use robotic technology to perform minimally invasive procedures. We specialize in the following areas:

Excellence in orthopedic procedures

We are committed to providing you with advanced orthopedic care. We use robotic technology to perform surgeries for joint replacement and knee resurfacing. As a recipient of the Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission for knee and hip replacement, you can trust your surgical team to perform high-quality orthopedic surgeries.

Getting to your surgery appointment

Our surgery department is located on the first floor of Medical City McKinney. If you are coming in for your procedure, please go through the main entrance and check in at the registration desk. We offer free lot parking as well as complimentary valet parking on weekdays, from 7am - 4pm.

Surgery at Medical City Healthcare

Surgery is the medical treatment of diseases or injuries with instruments used to influence the body. Surgery is used to correct injuries and improve function as a medical necessity or on an elective basis, including some plastic surgery procedures.

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