Memorial Health is First in Georgia to Use Robotic Systems and Earns Stroke Certification

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MEMORIAL HEALTHMemorial Health is the first healthcare system in Georgia to use the ROSA Knee Robotic System for total knee-replacement surgeries. The technology helps the surgeon optimize accuracy and efficiency when planning and performing total knee-replacement procedures.

The hospital is also the first healthcare system in Georgia to offer robotic-assisted bronchoscopy for patients with lung nodules utilizing Auris Health’s Monarch Platform.

Robotic-assisted bronchoscopy allows for earlier detection of lung cancer with greater accuracy. Memorial Health also earned certification from DNV GL - Healthcare as a Comprehensive Stroke Center, reflecting the highest level of competence for treatment of serious stroke events.