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Mazor Robotics Sells Second Renaissance System To Westside Surgical Hospital

Mon, 02/03/2014 - 11:30am

Mazor Robotics Ltd., a developer of innovative guidance systems and complementary products, announced today that it has sold a second Renaissance system to Westside Surgical Hospital located in Houston, Texas. This represents the third Renaissance system in the Houston area and eighth Renaissance system in the state of Texas. Westside Surgical Hospital is part of the K+S Consulting Group, an owner and operator of hospitals and outpatient surgical centers, including Humble Surgical Hospital, another Renaissance system site.

The Renaissance system will be installed at Westside Surgical Hospital, where renowned orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Richard Francis, regularly operates. It will be the second Renaissance system installed by Westside Surgical and will be used for clinical and training purposes.

“The success of the Renaissance system, which is supported by the number of procedures performed and the business and clinical benefits, is driving increased interest from surgeons and hospital administrators,” commented Ori Hadomi, Mazor’s Chief Executive Officer. “Furthermore, in choosing to add a second system for clinical and training purposes, Westside Surgical sees the future value of Renaissance as it seeks to enhance and broaden surgeon participation.”

Westside Surgical Hospital is a multi-specialty surgical hospital created to serve all people through exemplary healthcare, education and community service. With 12 overnight beds and six operating rooms, Westside Surgical Hospital is equipped to perform a wide range of inpatient and outpatient procedures and specializes in breast, orthopedic and spine surgery, among a wide range of surgical and diagnostic offerings. It performs 4,500 surgical procedures annually, and its mission is to provide the highest quality services in a safe, welcoming and comfortable environment.

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