From menopause and beyond, you'll find sensitive, expert care for women at The Villages® Regional Hospital. We partner with compassionate caregivers who specialize in women's healthcare services, including advanced gynecological surgery and urological surgery.
Our care team has a reputation for excellence in gynecological surgery, often utilizing the latest da Vinci Xi robotic surgical system here at The Villages® Regional Hospital. We specialize in minimally invasive procedures, which offer our patients a faster recovery, less pain, smaller incisions, and a shorter hospital stay. We are committed to providing individualized and personalized care, so each patient receives the best possible treatment and outcome.
Urogynecology, pelvic pain and incontinence
The Villages® Regional Hospital treats a wide range of conditions affecting the pelvic floor, including pelvic organ prolapse, endometriosis, fibroids, chronic pelvic pain, bowel and bladder control problems, and sexual dysfunction. Our multidisciplinary team focuses on both the physical and emotional health of women with pelvic health problems, providing advanced diagnosis and treatment. Your urologist may also recommend robotic surgery in our state-of-the-art operating suite.
Leaders in robotic surgery
The Villages® Regional Hospital is home to the da Vinci® XITM Surgical System, the most advanced minimally invasive option for complex surgeries in the areas of gynecologic and urologic surgery. The Xi system’s enhancements include:
- Articulating instruments
- Sharper 3D-HD visualization
- Intuitive and greater range of motion
For the latest in breast imaging technology, we encourage you to visit our partner hospital, Leesburg Regional Medical Center (LRMC) – part of Central Florida Health. Mammograms at LRMC are performed using the Senographe PristinaTM, the next generation in 3D mammography. The Pristina is faster, quieter and has rounded corners with contoured armrests instead of handgrips to maximize comfort during the exam. LRMC is one of only a handful of facilities in the state to perform mammograms in a SensorySuite, which is infused with calming fragrances and displays soothing images on flat screen monitors to create a serene environment.