• Vicki Pennington

    Several years ago, Vicki Pennington began to suffer from pain and discomfort associated with a woman’s health issue, so she consulted her OB/GYN of 10 years, Dr. Jennifer Guggenheim with the Center for Robotic Surgery at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center (P/SL). After exploring several nonsurgical options, Dr. Guggenheim determined a robotic hysterectomy would be best since it is less invasive, has smaller incisions and quicker recovery time.

  • Robert Young

    For the past six months, Robert Young battled severe acid reflux and heartburn when sleeping to the point of puking, gagging and sometimes even passing out. After seeking medical care in South Dakota, they weren’t getting anywhere besides medications so they called Dr. Kevin Rufner in Denver. After running a series of tests, Dr. Rufner stated that Robert’s acid reflux was the worst case he’d ever seen and he referred him to Dr. Tony Canfield, general surgeon at the Center for Robotic Surgery at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s (P/SL).

  • Sharley Nigh

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    02/09/2018

    Sharlet Nigh’s son, Steven, was born prematurely weighing just one pound seven ounces and required a G-tube for feeding assistance. Because he was a special needs child, the G-tube was important for Steven to obtain the nutrients he needed but since reaching adulthood and a greater level of self-sufficiency, it was decided that the G-tube could be closed. That is when they sought the expert care of Dr. Tony Canfield, general surgeon at the Center for Robotic Surgery at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s.