From advanced pediatric medical and surgical care to in-house research and collaborative clinical investigation with national pediatric leaders, the scientists, providers and care teams at Penn State Children’s Hospital continue to break down barriers to inform treatment and foster excellent outcomes for children and families throughout Pennsylvania and the surrounding region.
New Era of Radiosurgery Launches at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center: Installation of Gamma Knife Icon
As technologies and techniques have advanced in recent years, Gamma Knife radiosurgery has become a vital tool for enhancing outcomes among patients with brain tumors and other complex neurological disorders. Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center recently reaffirmed its long-standing commitment to provide the most advanced care in the region by upgrading to the latest iteration of the Gamma Knife radiosurgery system: Leksell Gamma Knife®Icon™.
Clinicians at Hershey Medical Center have taken cranial radiosurgery to the next level with Leksell Gamma Knife®IconTM, the latest advance in Elekta’s Gamma Knife system.
Circadian rhythm disorders, such as irregular sleep-wake rhythms, are hallmarks of Parkinson’s disease. The medical community has traditionally believed the disorders are a side effect of Parkinson’s, but a recently published study is challenging that view.
Advances in cardiothoracic surgery, neuro-oncology and minimally invasive general surgery have allowed physicians at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center to redefine surgical care for patients throughout the region.
In stroke care, prompt treatment leads to substantially improved outcomes. At Penn State Hershey Medical Center — recently designated by The Joint Commission as a Comprehensive Stroke Center — the telestroke program offers patients across Central Pennsylvania unprecedented access to rapid, high-caliber care that marshals an expansive range of services.