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Dr. Roy Sandau Performs his 500th da Vinci™ Robotic Surgery at Kennedy University Hospital

 

Washington Township, NJ – Kennedy Health Alliance surgeon Roy Sandau,

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Roy Sandau, DO, FACOS

DO, FACOS, performed his 500th successful da Vinci™ robotic surgery at Kennedy University Hospital in Washington Township on Friday, May 26, when a 64-year-old female patient underwent a laparoscopic cholecystectomy, a minimally invasive procedure to remove the gallbladder.

 

Over the past few years, Dr. Sandau has been part of several da Vinci™ robotic surgery milestones at Kennedy Health, including performing New Jersey’s first EndoWrist Stapler technology on the da Vinci™ system in January 2014, and South Jersey’s first robotic-assisted Laparoscopic Single Incision (SILS) colon surgery in April 2012.

 

Dr. Sandau specializes in “scarless” robotic, single-incision colorectal and gallbladder procedures. His 500th surgery was celebrated with a cake at the Kennedy – Washington Township hospital on May 26.

 

 

“It has been an amazing journey through my first 500 robotic surgeries,” Dr. Sandau said. “It’s very exciting to offer my patients the most advanced surgical technology, and I’m proud to know they are getting the best possible care when they come to Kennedy.”

 

By using the da Vinci™ system, surgeons are able to perform delicate and complex operations through tiny incisions with breakthrough vision, precision, dexterity and control. Robotic surgery commonly reduces patient blood loss, pain and recovery time, while serving as an alternative to many traditional, open surgeries.

 

A board-certified General Surgeon and resident of Cherry Hill, NJ, Dr. Sandau is Kennedy Health’s Cancer Liaison physician for the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer (CoC) and is a Fellow of the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons.

 

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About Kennedy Health: Kennedy is a health services delivery system serving southern New Jersey. Kennedy meets the community’s health care needs at its hospital campuses in Cherry Hill, Stratford and Washington Township, NJ, and at outpatient facilities and medical practices throughout Camden, Gloucester, and Burlington counties. Kennedy has more than 4,800 associates and over 1,000 Medical Staff members. Kennedy is a four-time “Top Workplaces” winner via Philly.com. Kennedy University Hospital is the primary teaching hospital of Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine (RowanSOM). Kennedy is also a member of the Jefferson Neuroscience Network (JNN) and the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Network at Jefferson. For more information, visit www.kennedyhealth.org

 

05/17

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