When an ambulance rushed Fremont resident Charles Kiyasu to Washington Hospital’s Emergency Department after he suffered a ruptured cerebral aneurysm and stroke, he may not have realized how close he was to death. Nor did he appreciate how fortunate he was to have the right advanced medical program — equal to any top-flight academic medical center in the country — here in his community.
Patient care is highly individualized with the latest technologies available. Many of the procedures are minimally invasive that solve problems with smaller incisions, less pain, and a rapid return to regular activities, but still utilizing standard principles of medical care to improve.
Our focus is minimally invasive surgeries that solve problems with smaller incisions, less pain, and a rapid return to regular activities. The goal is to accomplish the same goals of large surgeries, but without traumating tissue or destroying normal anatomy.