WellSpan Health’s Structural Heart Program is Pennsylvania’s top provider of bioprosthetic valve fracturing.
Specialists and other caregivers at WellSpan Orthopedics and WellSpan Surgery & Rehabilitation Hospital work together to provide integrated care for patients requiring foot and ankle surgery.
Robotic PCI at WellSpan York Hospital: Improving Patient Outcomes, Fostering Safety for Patients and Providers
Robotic percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI), available at WellSpan York Hospital, markedly reduces radiation exposure and physical strain for physicians, while promising improved outcomes by enhancing techniques with the possibility of remote procedures in the future.
In its first year, the collaboration between WellSpan and Johns Hopkins Children’s Center helps more than 180 children and families stay close to home for advanced surgical procedures.
With three decades of experience, Giovanni Ciuffo, MD, has built a reputation as an expert in minimally invasive heart surgery and “bloodless” heart surgery, which reduces blood loss and spares patients from the need to receive blood transfusions during their procedure.
A Culture of Collaboration: How Physicians and Clinicians at WellSpan Work Together to Reduce Hospital Readmissions and Improve the Patient Experience
WellSpan Health is taking action to reduce the occurrence of preventable readmissions at WellSpan’s hospitals.
Over the past six years, 24 highly trained WellSpan surgeons from seven specialties have used WellSpan York Hospital’s three da Vinci Surgical Systems to perform more than 2,800 procedures and train the next generation of surgeons.
With hundreds of thousands of new cases diagnosed each year, breast cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer.
Building on an existing partnership, WellSpan Health now provides full-time cardiothoracic surgical coverage at The Good Samaritan Hospital.
Challenging the grim perception of congestive heart failure (CHF) diagnoses, WellSpan Heart & Vascular couples surgical expertise with leading-edge technology to help CHF patients live longer, more active lives, with fewer limitations.