Students learned how incredible visual technology is now being used in treatment, surgery and training.
Author: Leisa O’Connor
State-of-the-art robotic technology was used by the surgeons who worked alongside each other on separate consoles.
Sydney Adventist Hospital scored second highest in a state-wide survey of more than 12,000 patients.
Mother’s Day came early at Sydney Adventist Hospital with the annual San Teddy Bears Picnic.
A special breakfast ceremony recognised the awardees for their outstanding efforts and caring attitudes.
Knitted by the hospital’s volunteers, the bunny booties are a reminder that Easter is about rejuvenation and new life.
Jo Marx has organised a free public forum at Sydney Adventist Hospital on Sunday to connect cancer patients, their family and friends to cancer services.
The groundbreaking operation is designed to help the more than 50 per cent of men, aged 50 and over, who have enlarged prostates.
Weighing less than a five cent coin, the world’s smallest pacemaker has been implanted during heart surgery at the Sydney Adventist Hospital.
The San’s new robotic technology enables more precise surgery and provides faster recovery time for patients.