By Andy Choi
Mazor Robotics, a producer of innovative surgical robots and complementary products for spine surgery, declared that its Renaissance system has been procured by Tri-City Medical Center in Oceanside, California. Mazor’s Renaissance was introduced in 2011. This system is an advanced surgical guidance system for spine procedures.
Established in 1961, Tri-City Medical Center was located in the North San Diego County community of Oceanside, California. The facility accommodates 397-bed delivering complete healthcare services with a broad range of medical care capability. Tri-City Medical is community owned and operated. Its contemporary technology and benevolent and excellent treatment by the dedicated medical professionals has been recognized all over the nation.
The minimally invasive spine surgeries and spine procedures including laminectomy and fusion are offered by expert professionals at the Orthopedic and Spine Institute at Tri-City Medical.
According to Chief Executive Officer of Tri-City Medical Center, Larry Anderson, the surgical scenario is being transformed with regards to surgical robots. Tri-City intends offering the premier technology for its community. It anticipates becoming the focal point of robotically incorporated surgical procedures.
The CEO of Mazor Robotics, Ori Hadomi says that the deployment of Renaissance system in Southern California is a unique achievement in the company’s major markets. At present, the company has ten systems actively functioning in the U.S. such as Tri-City and other facilities in Atlanta, Houston, and Dallas. The U.S. sales team has achieved several milestones, thereby anticipating more achievements this year.