Ultra-precise robotic surgical procedures performed by an expert
Medicover Hospital is one of few medical centres in Poland to have the most advanced robotic system in the world – Da Vinci.
It makes it possible to perform extremely precise cancer surgery procedures – quickly, safely and under the control of an experienced operator.
Complete removal of neoplastic lesions while preserving as much of the unaffected tissue as possible helps patients recover faster. Ultra-precise colorectal surgery procedures with the use of the da Vinci surgical robot, which ensuresbetter results than laparoscopy and makes it possible to perform surgery even in extremely difficult cases, are performed by Jerzy Draus MD PhD, one of the leading experts in Europe.
Thanks to comprehensive education and experience gained in leading surgical centres in the world, he has created a program of comprehensive patient care using the Fast Track Surgery system.
Jerzy Draus has performed
1000 colorectal cancer
And more than 200 abdominal hernia surgergical procedures with the assistance of the da vinci surgical robot
Colon and rectal surgery
Benefits of colorectal surgery with the assistance of the da Vinci surgical robot:
Doctor Jerzy Draus, a surgeon who performs procedures assisted by the da Vinci surgical robot at Medicover Hospital, tells us who is at risk of getting colon cancer and when the decision to perform the surgery is made.
short procedure, quick return home
Benefits of abdominal hernia surgery with the assistance of the da Vinci surgical robot:
Doctor Jerzy Draus, a surgeon who performs procedures assisted by the da Vinci surgical robot at Medicover Hospital, tells us how a hernia is developed and how it is repaired.
Jerzy Draus Md Phd is an outstanding specialist, experienced surgeon and promoter of the use of robotic systems in surgery.
Da Vinci surgical robot operator at Medicover Hospital
A graduate of the Medical University of Lublin and specialist in general surgery, traumatology and colorectal surgery. Head of the Colorectal Ward in Hallands Hospital Halmstad (Sweden).
Co-founder of the European Academy of Robotic Colorectal Surgery.
A surgical oncology expert specialising in the treatment of colorectal cancer and abdominal hernia surgery. He gained experience in leading clinics in Europe. He performed more than 1,000 colorectal surgery procedures with the use of the da Vinci robotic system and more than 200 robotic abdominal hernia procedures.
Doctor Draus trained and evaluated the work of surgical oncology specialists using the da Vinci robotic system in more than 40 clinics in Sweden, Norway, Finland, France and Switzerland.
He has developed a team from scratch providing comprehensive cancer patient care and diagnostic procedures, as well as the system of Fast Track Surgery, minimally invasive surgery (using the da Vinci surgical robot), postoperative care and complementary cancer treatment.
Doctor Draus has been a member of the Association of Doctors in Sweden and the Royal Society of Surgeons since 2003. In 2008, he joined the European Society of Coloproctology. In 2013, he became a member of the Clinical Robotics Surgery Association, and in 2015 he joined the European Hernia Society.
He has presented at regional and international colorectal surgery conventions in Barcelona, Chicago, Hong Kong and Durham.
You can get screened at the Cardiology and Internal Medicine Ward. For this purpose, you need tobooka qualification visit.
Bringall your medical records to the qualification visit. The cost of your stay at Medicover Hospital is determinedby the Hospital Care Coordinator on the basis of the qualification card.
The price of stay at Medicover Hospital includes the cost of treatment, accommodation, medical staff care and meals.
The Ward has more than 30 beds in high-standard rooms available. We offer comfortable single and double rooms. We create a friendly, home-like atmospherewhile ensuring medical safety, which shortens the recovery period and reduces stress.
Medicover Hospital’s laboratory testing and diagnostic imaging equipment, multidisciplinary medical teams and ICU ensure comprehensive care. In emergencies that require transport to another centre, Medicover Hospital coordinates the patient’s transport process.
Admission to the hospital
Step by step
During a visit to the Consultation Centre, the doctor will discuss the state of your health, inform you about the treatment methods and risks associated with the treatment. They will make, in consultation with you, a decision on the necessary tests and examinations, treatments and the course of hospitalisation. If you decide to undergo treatment/surgery at our hospital, the doctor will issue a hospital treatment qualification card.
A meeting with the Hospital Care Coordinator who will show you around the hospital, and explain hospital admission and stay conditions and our payment policy.
Having signed the agreement, you will have to pay an advance (no later than 8 days before the scheduled date of hospitalisation).
The date of admission will be set with the doctor in consultation with you during the qualification visit. The Hospital Care Coordinator will contact you to confirm the time of your arrival at the hospital.
The final settlement of your hospital stay will be made whenyou are discharged from the hospital. Payment can be made by card or cash. Any overpayment will be reimbursed according to your instructions. After discharge from the hospital, you can make an appointment for one free check-up visit.
Find out more
tel. 500 900 900
– assistance in emergencies
tel. 500 900 901
Szpital Medicover (Medicover Hospital)
al. Rzeczypospolitej 5