The University of Michigan’s Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery Clinic is a national leader in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery options, including robot-assisted laparoscopy, for benign gynecologic conditions.
U-M’s Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital was one of the first programs in the nation where robotic procedures in gynecology were performed, and we continue to be a leader in this field with over 10 years of experience in gynecologic robotic surgery. Our minimally invasive surgery specialists have performed hundreds of gynecologic procedures safely and efficiently with the use of robot-assisted laparoscopy.
Each member of our team is committed to offering women more effective alternatives to traditional open surgery by performing the vast majority of our procedures minimally invasively – by either laparoscopy or hysteroscopy.
We specialize in complex, difficult to treat cases of gynecologic conditions, including fibroids and endometriosis. For many women who believe their effective treatment option would involve a traditional open surgery with a large incision, we are able to offer hope and relief through minimally invasive techniques. Learn more about the Michigan Difference in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery.