It requires a remarkable confluence of factors to develop an innovative technology such as the minimally invasive rib fixation system invented by surgeons and other scientists at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center.
With its acquisition of Blue Light Cystoscopy with Cysview in December 2018, the urological team at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center is able to look into the bladder with pinpoint accuracy and immediately remove cancerous lesions that are invisible to the naked eye. More thorough eradication of tumors may reduce recurrence rates and the likelihood that missed cells will develop into more aggressive malignancies.
Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Provides Comprehensive Kidney and Liver Transplant Care
The Milton S. Hershey Medical Center’s abdominal transplant program provides comprehensive care for central Pennsylvania residents through kidney and liver transplantation and offers deceased and living donor transplantation for both kidney and liver patients. Hershey Medical Center also has the region’s only adult live donor liver transplant and pediatric kidney transplant programs. Expertise in transplantation is available for medical professionals and their patients close to home, without the need to travel to major cities.
Penn State Health St. Joseph Cancer Center Brings Advanced Technology and High-Level Care to Berks County
The newly renovated Penn State Health St. Joseph Cancer Center in Bern Township delivers innovative oncology services and state-of-the-art technology to area patients so they can receive virtually the entire spectrum of cancer care without the burden of long commutes.
Expanded Clinical Trials at Penn State Cancer Institute Boost Area Patients’ Access to Leading-Edge Care
With a significant expansion of researcher-driven clinical trials and a sharp focus on the region’s distinct healthcare needs, Penn State Cancer Institute (PSCI) is bringing the latest in cancer treatments to central Pennsylvania.