Robotic surgery, Minimally Invasive Surgery, General Surgery and Pediatric Surgery.
Hany Atalah is the Director of Robotic and Minimally Invasive Surgery at Coliseum Medical Centers. He has completed over 5,000 Robotic procedures in US and worldwide. He earned his medical degree at the University of Alexandria School of Medicine 1993. He remained at the University of Alexandria to complete his residency and fellowship in the Department of General Surgery and Pediatric Surgery. In 1999 he started his Minimal Invasive surgery career in Baltimore, where he was appointed as Instructor of Minimal Invasive surgery training various Residents from Johns Hopkins Hospital, and other Community hospitals in Baltimore (1999-2008). Then he was appointed as Clinical lecturer and Co- director for residency program training for Robotic surgery and Minimally Invasive surgery Department of Urology University of Florida, College of Medicine (2008-2010). He has authored several peer-reviewed manuscripts, abstracts (over 44) and book chapters (Atlas or Robotic Surgery) and has received an Audio-Visual award for the topic Robotic Surgery at American Urological association in 2010.
He has done many workshops and live surgery all over the world and he is world’s pronounced novel robotic surgeon and innovator. He enjoys teaching and training surgeons and other healthcare providers in Robotic and minimal Invasive surgery.