Private hospital operator invests in $1M knee surgery robot

Angie Stewart -   Print  |

Dudley Private Hospital is acquiring a $1 million ROSA robotic surgical assistant for total knee replacement surgery, Central Western Daily reports.

Three insights:

1. Global healthcare company Ramsay Health Care — the owner and operator of Orange, Australia-based Dudley Private Hospital — purchased the equipment. Ramsay is based in Sydney.

2. The ROSA will be installed in March. Dudley Private Hospital's five orthopedic surgeons have begun training on how to use the equipment.

3. The private hospital accommodates hundreds of knee replacements each year.

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