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Education & Innovation Excellence- since 1999 -

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Hamilton, Ontario
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Education & Innovation Excellence- since 1999 -
Education

CMAS provides state of the art educational facilities in minimal invasive procedures for surgeons and nurses.

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NEEMO MISSION

CMAS is involved in NASA’s Extreme Environment Mission Operations 9 project.

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Education

CMAS provides state of the art educational facilities in minimal invasive procedures for surgeons and nurses.

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Neemo Mission

CMAS  is involved in NASA’s Extreme Environment Mission Operations 9 project.

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Telerobotics

CMAS is one of Canada's most technically advanced telesurgery centres.

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State of the Art

St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton has the most technological advanced operating suites available in Canada.

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The Centre for Minimal Access Surgery

Hamilton, Ontario

The Centre for Minimal Access Surgery, located at St. Joseph’s Healthcare in Hamilton, Ontario, has successfully trained over 9,000 surgeons, fellows and residents in the last 15 years. CMAS continues to provide quality and value in our state-of-the-art, multi-disciplinary, technological education and research centre.

2014-08-22
Basic Residents Laparoscopic Surgery Course

Best course I've ever been to!!! Having the chance  to play with the instruments and try them out in a no pressure environment was invaluable. It feels amazing to have done my first chole :) Thanks!

- General Surgery Resident
2014-08-08
Annual GI Update

Excellent conference. Topics were presented in a concise and very easy to understand way. Will attend again.

- Specialist
2014-08-08
Annual GI Update

I was not sure what to expect but the program was most informative and the videos were excellent. Much is futuristic but this is good!

- Medical Doctor: Family Physician
2014-07-02
Annual Fellows MIS Bootcamp Program

Love the practical sessions that were well spaced with the lectures. There was no overkill.

- Clinical Fellow
2014-06-09
Customized Laparoscopic Program - Hernia

The faculty was approachable and eager to teach. It was great working with the fellows. The administrative staff was excellent.   They ensured everything ran smoothly.
The program has the potential of becoming very popular with more thoughts and commitment from the faculty.   The facility available is extraordinary.  Overall good experience - would come again!

- General Surgeon from Saskatchewan
2014-03-28
Basic Therapeutic Principles of Endoscopy

Thanks for the invitation to participate in the course! It was very well organized.‎ Congratulations to everyone!!! Looking forward to future opportunities to collaborate and participate in joint GI / General Surgery endo courses!

- Assistant Professor, Gastroenterology
2013-12-13
MIS Orientation for McMaster Students (SIG)

Excellent discussion with resident and surgeon during surgery. Lab time was very useful and interesting.

- McMaster Medical Student
2013-11-06
Resident Laparoscopic Hernia Course

Thorough coverage of topic. Real life experiences and troubleshooting offered.

- General Surgery Resident
2013-11-01
Laparoscopic PeriOperative Nursing Course

Basic topics were great. Staff were helpful. Good eye opener to change old/bad habits.

- OR Nurse
2013-10-05
Residents Course in Laparoscopic Urologic Surgery

This was a great course. I attended this as PGY 1 and 2 and I hope we can have similar courses for PGY 3-5.

- Urology Resident
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