Spine Hospital of Louisiana, The Core Institute & more: 8 spine programs expanding

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | November 26, 2018 | Print  |

Here are eight hospitals, health systems and private practices expanding spine and neurosurgery programs.

Baton Rouge-based Spine Hospital of Louisiana, which is part of The NeuroMedical Center, rolled out a robotic spine surgery program.

Franklin-based Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee opened a new orthopedic practice in Thompson's Station, Tenn.

Bloomington, Ill.-based OSF HealthCare St. Joseph Medical Center installed Stryker's Mako robotic-arm surgical system for joint replacements.

Workers broke ground on the Mercy Medical Commons in Gilbert, Ariz., which will house Phoenix-based The Core Institute.

Avala, formerly Fairway Medical Center, is now the only healthcare facility in Louisiana, Mississippi or Arkansas offering robotic-assisted surgeries for total hip replacement, total knee replacement, partial knee replacement and spine surgery.

Danbury (Conn.) Hospital Joint and Spine Institute rolled out a total joint program.

Salem, Va.-based LewisGale Medical Center adopted Medtronic's Mazor X robotic system for spinal surgery.

Littleton, Colo.-based South Denver Surgery Center installed 7D Surgical's spine navigation system.

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