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A number of prostate cancer surgery options are available for patients who live in Bonita Springs, Florida, at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa. We take a unique, multispecialty approach to treatment, allowing us to comprehensively tailor each patient’s treatment plan to their individual needs. 

Our team of cancer specialists reviews each patient’s case on a weekly basis to continually monitor the patient’s progress for the best outcomes possible. We also provide all of our cancer services, including diagnosis, treatment, and support, as well as the latest innovations in surgical techniques and clinical trials, in a single location for our patients’ convenience. This, combined with our commitment to ongoing research and treatment discoveries, has earned us the distinction of being the only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center based in Florida. 

When patients from Bonita Springs, FL, come to Moffitt for their prostate cancer treatment, they have the benefit of receiving care from a team of specialists who are well-versed in every type of prostate cancer surgery, including but not limited to: 

  • Retropubic and perineal approaches to traditional open prostatectomy
  • Cryoablation of the prostate
  • Laparoscopic radical prostatectomy
  • Radio-frequency ablation
  • Robotic-assisted prostatectomy

At Moffitt, we understand the burden that traveling for prostate cancer treatment places on patients and their families. That’s why we have partnered with nearby hotels that offer special rates for Moffitt patients traveling from the Bonita Springs area of Florida so they can be more concerned with their health than worrying about accommodations. Additionally, these hotels uphold our own stringent hygiene and infection control standards, for even greater peace of mind for our patients.

Patients from Bonita Springs, FL, who are interested in more information on our prostate cancer surgery options can call 1-888-663-3488 or register online as a new patient, with or without a referral.

Prostate Cancer