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Robotic Surgery Center

We have locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn.

Experts at NYU Langone’s Robotic Surgery Center are international leaders in using robotic technology to manage a wide range of advanced robotic-assisted procedures.

For more than a decade, our surgeons have been performing minimally invasive robotic surgery in multiple specialty areas, including cardiothoracic surgery, colorectal surgery, general surgery, gynecologic surgery, urologic surgery, and ear, nose, and throat surgery. NYU Langone orthopedic surgeons also specialize in robotic and computer-assisted hip and knee replacement. A team of specialized physician assistants, nurses, surgical technicians, and anesthesiologists supports our surgeons during every procedure.

Our extensive experience and access to the most advanced robotic technology available allows us to offer procedures to manage many complex conditions. We’re able to perform surgery with pinpoint accuracy, ensuring the best possible result for each patient.

The robotic procedures we perform include the following:

Robotic surgery at NYU Langone is performed in dedicated operating rooms using one of our seven state-of-the-art da Vinci® surgical systems. These units include advanced infrared imaging and dual consoles on which surgeons can work collaboratively.

Currently, we perform more than 2,000 robotic-assisted surgeries each year. NYU Langone pioneered the development and refinement of many robotic surgery techniques and procedures, including the first robotic-assisted cardiac bypass surgery, partial kidney removal with enhanced imaging, and ureteral reconstruction using the inner lining of the cheek. We were also the first in New York City to use enhanced fluorescence imaging in cardiac, gynecologic, and general urologic robotic surgeries.

As leaders in robotic surgical techniques, we train surgeons from some of the most prestigious hospitals in the nation and from around the world in how to perform the latest robotic-assisted cardiac, thoracic, gynecologic, colorectal, and urologic robotic procedures. Last year alone, we welcomed more than 250 physicians from countries including Australia, Brazil, England, France, Italy, Japan, and South Korea. Learn more about our research and educational programs.

To make an appointment or learn more about our services, call 877-ROBO-NYU (877-762-6698).

More About Robotic Surgery at NYU Langone

Our Team

More than 20 surgeons across 6 medical specialties use the most advanced technologies to perform minimally invasive robotic-assisted procedures.

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Our Leadership

  • Kathy Huang, MD
    Co-director, Robotic Surgery Center | Gynecology

    Dr. Huang specializes in minimally invasive surgery. She performs more than 350 robotic-assisted procedures each year and has performed more than 2,000 in her career. Her special interests are in endometriosis and fertility-sparing surgery that leave the uterus intact, including myomectomy, or the removal of fibroid tumors.

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  • William C. Huang, MD
    Co-director, Robotic Surgery Center | Urologic Oncology, Urology

    Dr. Huang is fellowship trained in urologic oncology and specializes in minimally invasive urologic cancer surgery. He has performed more than 1,500 cancer operations, including 600 that were performed robotically. His special interests involve developing robotic techniques for complex urologic procedures, including partial nephrectomy, removal of the bladder with robotic bladder reconstruction, and lymph node removal for advanced testicular cancer and penile cancers.

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    Suzannah Sorin, PA-C, MPAS
    Physician Assistant Coordinator, Robotics Coordinator

    Ms. Sorin has been working with the Robotic Surgery Center since its establishment. She has participated in more than 1,500 robotic surgeries in various specialties at NYU Langone and assists in teaching robotic surgery to NYU School of Medicine residents.

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