Neurosurgery Division at Jefferson Abington Hospital

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Ranked
7th

Jefferson Abington Hospital is ranked 7th in the Philadelphia Metro area by U.S. News & World Report

12th

Jefferson Abington Hospital is ranked 12th in Pennsylvania by U.S. News & World Report

  1. Neurosurgical Robot: Similar to the DaVinci robot for general surgery, this precision-guided arm makes complex procedures like spinal drilling and screw placement exceptionally accurate, delivering enhanced operative outcomes and less-invasive options for spine and brain tumor treatment.
  2. Navigation System with 3D C-arm: The mobile intraoperative CT imaging system seamlessly integrates into the operative environment to provide optimized imaging for cranial and spinal procedures.
  3. Video Microscope: Combined with the new robotic capabilities of the Abington Neurosurgery OR, a video microscope plays an indispensable role in performing state-of-the-art surgeries, allowing the entire surgical team to see what the surgeon is seeing—with uninterrupted viewing and enhanced accuracy.

Getting a Spinal Tumor Patient Back on the Road

Earlier this year Melissa Bingham developed numbness in her legs and abdomen and was referred to a neurologist...

With your support, Abington’s Neurosurgery Division can provide a level of care never before reached in a clinical community hospital setting. By acquiring the latest in advanced clinical equipment, we will not only improve outcomes for our patients—we’ll raise the standard of neurosurgical care at Jefferson Abington Hospital.

G. Michael Lemole, Jr., MD, FACS, FAAN Director, Vickie and Jack Farber Institute for Neuroscience at Jefferson Health – Abington; Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Neurological Surgery, Thomas Jefferson University

Contact

Name: Amy C. Buick, CFRE
Position: Assistant Vice President of Development, Office of Institutional Advancement
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