Surgery Hero


The highly skilled, board certified surgeons at Saint Peter’s are committed to providing safe, quality care to each patient. Our surgeons’ top priorities during your surgery are safety and patient experience. Our expert surgeons are at the forefront of medicine, using the latest technology and techniques to ensure the best outcome for each patient during surgery.

Among the surgical procedures offered at Saint Peter's are adult and pediatric neurosurgery, orthopedic surgery, bariatric (weight-loss) surgery, and minimally invasive surgeries. We also offer several surgical procedures for women's health, including gynecological and breast surgery.

Surgical services offered at Saint Peter's include:

Pediatric Surgery at The Children's Hospital at Saint Peter's University Hospital
The Children's Hospital at Saint Peter's provides comprehensive general and specialized surgical care to treat congenital and acquired conditions affecting children from birth through young adulthood. Our specially trained staff is experienced in treating common pediatric ailments, such as appendicitis and hernias, as well as rare or complex conditions. Few hospitals in the area offer the wide array of neonatal and pediatric surgical services provided at The Children's Hospital at Saint Peter's, including craniofacial-neurosurgery for children born with facial abnormalities such as cleft lip and cleft palate, as well as procedures to treat epilepsy and brain tumors.

CyberKnife® at Saint Peter’s
Imagine a nonsurgical way to treat both cancerous and noncancerous tumors anywhere in the body. CyberKnife is the only robotic radiosurgery system that can deliver non-surgical stereotactic treatments with sub-millimeter accuracy, anywhere in the body — including the prostate, lung, brain, spine, liver, pancreas and kidneys. It delivers beams of high-dose radiation with pinpoint accuracy allowing for efficient highly effective treatments without patient discomfort.

Saint Peter’s Bloodless Medicine Program
When surgery is the recommended course of treatment, doctors at Saint Peter's University Hospital may use a variety of state-of-the-art technologies and techniques appropriate for the patient and the procedure to minimize blood loss, such as intraoperative cell salvage, which calls for cleaning blood that remains in constant circulation. Following surgery, blood loss is minimized and blood production enhanced through medication, nutrition therapy and the use of technology. Blood also can be collected postoperatively from the patient and processed without leaving the patient's body.

The Wound Care Center® and Hyperbaric Services at Saint Peter’s
The Wound Care Center and Hyperbaric Services are offered at Saint Peter's University Hospital in New Brunswick, New Jersey and Monroe Township, New Jersey. Our wound care center is a leader in the surgical and nonsurgical treatment of chronic non-healing wounds.

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