Robot-Assisted Gynecologic Surgery

Kelly Molpus

Kelly Molpus M.D.

Certification: Gynecologic OncologyObstetrics & GynecologyFellowship: Massachusetts General HospitalHarvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts(1994-1997)Residency: Vanderbilt Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee(1989-1993)Medical School:University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida(1985-1989)Undergraduate: University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida(1981-1985)Academic Appointments: Associate ProfessorDirector of Gynecologic OncologyVice-Chairman, Dept. OB/GYNNebraska ... View full profile

Scott Klioze

Scott Klioze M.D.
Radiologist

EducationEastern Virginia Medical School - Norfolk VA Board CertificationAmerican Board of Radiology / Interventional and Vascular Radiology ResidencyEastern Virginia Graduate School of Medicine, Norfolk VA University of Florida, Gainesville FL FellowshipUniversity of Florida, Gainesville FL (Interventional Radiology) View full profile

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Halifax Health in Daytona Beach provides less invasive surgical treatment options for women with gynecologic cancers, leading to a faster recovery and shorter hospital stay. 

On Tuesday, September 27, 2011 at 7:00 pm Eastern time, watch the area's only gynecologic oncologist, Kelly L. Molpus, MD, perform and discuss a minimally-invasive removal of a pelvic mass using the da Vinci® robot.

Radiology Associates’ Scott Klioze, MD, will host the live webcast. Viewers are encouraged to interact with Dr. Molpus and the panel of experts by emailing questions they have about the procedure.  Questions will be answered during the live webcast.

The da Vinci® Surgical System allows Dr. Molpus to perform complex surgeries with small incisions which result in shorter and less painful recoveries, less blood loss and scarring, and ultimately a quicker return to normal activities.

September is Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month
Gynecologic cancer is very common. In fact every woman is at risk. Approximately 88,000 new gynecologic cancers will be diagnosed in the United States during 2011 alone, according to The Foundation for Women’s Cancer. Protect yourself with regular screenings.

Call 386.254.4034 to talk to an expert from Halifax Health.

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