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    1725 Pine St.
    Montgomery, AL 36106
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    1801 Pine St., STE 103
    Montgomery, AL 36106
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    4150 B Carmichael Road
    Montgomery, AL 36106
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    11123 Chantilly Parkway
    Pike Road, AL 36064
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    701 McQueen Smith Road
    Prattville, AL 36066
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    1840 Main Street
    Prattville, AL 36066
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    321 Greenville Bypass
    Greenville, AL 36037
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    Jackson Imaging Center
    1825 Park Place
    Montgomery, AL 36106
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    Jackson Surgery Center
    1725 Park Place
    Montgomery, AL 36106
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Center for Robotic and Minimally Invasive Surgery

We've established one of the Southeast's most advanced robotic surgery centers—and our doctors have logged more hours with this equipment than doctors at any other hospital in the region.

Robotic surgery is a technique in which a surgeon operates using a computer that remotely controls very small instruments attached to robotic arms.

The surgeon sits at a computer station nearby, controlling the movement of the robot. The doctor uses several cameras to monitor the progress through the entire surgery, including an endoscope, which is a tube-like camera that allows the surgeon to view through the incision.

When advanced robotic equipment is placed in the hands of skilled doctors, the result is extremely beneficial for the patient. The incisions are smaller, the tools are less invasive, and the surgery is more precise and has fewer risks.

All of this means shorter time on the operating table, less pain, faster recovery time, reduced scarring and more time to get back to living life your way.


Robotic surgery may be used for a number of different procedures, including:

  • Coronary artery bypass
  • Cutting away cancer tissue from sensitive parts of the body, such as blood vessels, nerves or important body organs
  • Gallbladder removal
  • Hip replacement
  • Hysterectomy
  • Kidney removal
  • Kidney transplant
  • Mitral valve repair
  • Pyeloplasty (surgery to correct ureteropelvic junction obstruction)
  • Pyloroplasty
  • Radical prostatectomy
  • Tubal ligation

Our State-of-the-Art Technology

STERIS® Operating Room

At Jackson Hospital, we're committed to treating our patients with the most advanced technology available. That's why we've partnered with STERIS Corporation, a company renowned for its surgical innovations. STERIS has created 1 of the world's most innovative surgical suites, custom tailored for Jackson Hospital's needs.

This state-of-the-art surgical suite helps Jackson surgeons provide patients advanced care without undue risk from infection or contamination. STERIS is intuitive, safe and easy to use.

The result is a better, safer and more confident patient experience, where surgery has the highest probability of being successful and with reduced risk.


With any surgical procedure, a big part of solving the health problem is finding it. Jackson Hospital is approaching this obstacle with advanced technology and a staff that knows how to use it—in this case, the Firefly Fluorescence Imaging system.

Firefly uses laser light illuminators to enable endoscopic cameras to highlight images in the smallest parts of the human body. This FDA-cleared technology provides a visual assessment of blood vessels, blood flow and tissue perfusion using near–infrared imaging.

Like all of the state-of-the-art technology used at Jackson Hospital, the benefits are in the patients' best interest. With Firefly, doctors and staff can better diagnose patients' maladies in a less invasive and timely way. this means a shorter hospital stay at a lower cost.

The Firefly can be used to illuminate and ease a number of urological, colorectal, gynecological and thoracic procedures, including:

  • Partial nephrectomy.
  • Nephrectomy.
  • Pyeloplasty.
  • Cystectomy.
  • Lower anterior resection.
  • Colectomy.
  • Hepatic resection.
  • Distal pancreatectomy.
  • Sacrocolpopexy.
  • Endometriosis.
  • Hysterectomy.
  • Esophagectomy.
  • Lobectomy.

Firefly™ Fluorescence Imaging is FDA-cleared for visual assessment of vessels, blood flow and related tissue perfusion using near-infrared imaging.

da Vinci Si®

When a surgeon is able to be more accurate and less invasive, the risk of infection and error are reduced for the patient. That's why Jackson Hospital has invested in the da Vinci Si Surgical System robot, one of the most advanced robotic surgical tools in the world.

Specially trained Jackson Hospital surgeons use 3D/HD resolution to perform complicated procedures with more precision, control and dexterity than ever before.

Single-Site™ da Vinci Surgery enables our surgeons to reduce the traditional number of incisions from 4 to 1 by going through the belly button. With the incision less than an inch in length, it is a virtually scarless procedure.

These tools, while amazing and revolutionary, require dedicated, highly trained medical professionals with experience. So we're proud that Jackson Hospital is the region's leader in robotic surgery, wish more experience than any other team in Central Alabama. Our doctors have logged more hours on the da Vinci Surgical System than any group of doctors in the Southeastern United States.

With the latest da Vinci technology, surgeons at Jackson Hospital are able to perform more complex cases and more procedures robotically than ever before, including urologic, gynecologic, abdominal, and head and neck surgeries.


Robotic surgery may have fewer risks than open and laparoscopic surgery. As with any surgery, there are risks such as bleeding and infection. Anesthesia risks include reactions to medications and potential problems breathing.