By Andy Choi
Mazor Robotics, a supplier of surgical robots, declared that its Renaissance system has been procured by a Florida-based Hospital. Renaissance is the company’s advanced surgical guidance system designed for effective spine procedures. Celebration Health hospital will deploy Mazor’s Renaissance system in its facility.
Dr. Nizam Razack will be Florida’s first surgeon to conduct surgical procedures using Renaissance. The procedures are scheduled during mid-March.
Florida Hospital has seven hospitals to its credit throughout Central Florida. Compared to other hospitals in the U.S, more patients are being treated at this hospital, which is a part of Adventist Health System. Adventist Health System has expanded across 10 states and operates 43 hospitals. It is considered as the country’s largest not-for-profit Protestant health care system. Celebration Health is the central institution for the Nicholson Center and Global Robotics Institute of Florida Hospital. This global hospital is open for physicians who aspire being familiar with high-tech equipment and sophisticated techniques and for patients requiring advanced medical treatment. Celebration Health has been well-established in implementing surgical robotics in gynecology and urology.
According to the CEO of Mazor Robotics, Ori Hadomi, the industry intends to have close operation with those who acquired its Renaissance system earlier. The system can be expanded across the hospital networks, thereby benefiting a wide range of surgeons with its unique capabilities. With contemporary, fully-equipped training facility, international reputation and vast hospital networks, Celebration Health will serve to be an ideal partner in developing expert surgeons who can perform robotic spine procedures, in addition to promoting the significant features of surgical robotics.