13 places adding spine, orthopedic robots in 2024


Thirteen hospitals and practices have added spine and orthopedic robots in 2024.

Note: This is not an exhaustive list.

1. New Castle, Ind.-based Henry Community Health is offering joint replacement procedures utilizing Stryker's Mako Smart Robotics system.

2. Ozark, Mo.-based Mercy Orthopedic Hospital added a Velys robotic system for knee replacements.

3. Montrose (Colo.) Regional Health added Globus Medical's ExcelsiusGPS and Excelsius3D systems for spine surgery.

4. Fisherville, Va.-based Augusta Health has added Zimmer Biomet's Rosa knee system for joint replacements. 

5. Hickory, N.C.-based Frye Regional Medical Center marked its first robot-assisted minimally invasive spine surgery.

6. Surgeons at Froedtert South in Pleasant Prairie, Wis., added the ExcelsiusGPS spine robot. 

7. Two spine surgeons in Pueblo, Colo., added a robotic spinal guidance system, the Mazor X robot from Medtronic.

8. Berlin-based Central Vermont Medical Center added a Mako robot for total joint replacements.

9. Memorial Hospital in Carthage, Ill., added the Mako robot for hip and knee replacement.

10. Teaneck, N.J.-based Holy Name Medical Center added Globus Medical's ExcelsiusGPS system.

11. Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic was the first place to use Zimmer Biomet's Rosa Shoulder robot.

12. San Jose, Calif.-based Good Samaritan Hospital added the Excelsius GPS.

13. Surgery Center Cedar Rapids (Iowa) has added Stryker's Mako robot for total knee and hip replacements.

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