Robotic Surgery

Robotic Surgery is the revolution of the 21st century, opening up new horizons in the field of Medicine. Robotic assistance has made possible the removal of many constraints regarding operations in some difficult fields of surgery.

The precision of the robot's surgical arms has made it easy for surgeons to perform difficult operations, accessing the most difficult to reach and tiny parts of the human body.

In 2006, the first robotic surgery that was carried out in SE Europe, at Athens Medical Center, inaugurated a new era for Medicine in the region, with significant scientific results and benefits for patients. Athens Medical Group’s robotic departments have been acknowledged as international Centers of Reference and Excellence, partnering with Universities in Greece and abroad, such as Strasburg’s Medical School IRCAD/EITS and Clinique Saint-Augustin in France.

General Surgery

Robotics is applied across the spectrum of the general surgery specialty, replacing laparoscopic surgery as the latest and most advanced medical method.Robotic surgery treats both benign and malignant diseases of the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon, pancreas...


Gynecologic surgery is recommended for women facing cervical and uterine cancer, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, pelvic prolapse and excessive bleeding (menorrhagia). Patients benefit by the use of robot-assisted minimally invasive...


Urology is among the medical fields with the highest rate of technological advancements, including the use of robotic surgery. The da Vinci system is the robotic platform that has taken minimal invasive surgery one step further making advanced delicate procedures...