New Mexico hospital secures $700K knee replacement robots


Presbyterian Santa Fe (N.M.) Medical Center is now offering robotic assisted knee replacement surgery using the Rosa Knee System, the Santa Fe New Mexican reported Oct. 17.

Presbyterian received two Rosa Knee Systems in July through a collaboration with Nexus Health, an independent, multispecialty physician group whose orthopedic group operates the Presbyterian orthopedic center.

There are four Rosa Knee System total joint replacement devices in New Mexico; the others are at New Mexico Surgery Center Orthopedics on the campus of Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital in Albuquerque.

The Rosa Knee System is made by Zimmer Biomet and costs around $700,000.

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