Orthopedic Surgeon Randolph Knight, MD, will give a presentation on “Robotic Partial Knee Surgery” from 1 pm to 2 pm on Thursday, January 18, in the Cypress Room at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills.
Dr. Knight will talk about how partial knee replacements can now be done with minimally invasive Mako™ Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery which is often an outpatient procedure. A discussion will take place about how one knows when it’s time to consider a partial knee replacement, who is a candidate, how the surgery is performed and recovery time. Dr. Knight will also answer questions.
Light refreshments will be provided. Attendees must register by calling (877) 534-3108.
About Florida Hospital Zephyrhills
Florida Hospital Zephyrhills (FHZ) is an award winning 149-bed regional medical center located in East Pasco County. It is a proud member of the Adventist Health System, providing a legacy of health and healing for more than 150 years. FHZ has been named One of America’s Best Hospitals for 2018 in heart care; stroke; orthopedics; and patient safety by the Women’s Choice Award®. The hospital is also the first in Florida to receive The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Advanced Certification for Total Hip and Total Knee Replacement. FHZ offers the only comprehensive cardiovascular program in East and Central Pasco County, including open heart surgery and valve repair. Equipped with eight technologically advanced surgical suites, the hospital provides a full range of inpatient and outpatient surgical services including, but not limited to general, orthopedic, endoscopic, gynecology, urology, cardiovascular and robotic procedures. The Women’s Health Center at FHZ provides gynecology, urology, pelvic floor health, obstetrics and breast care through the Simpson Breast Health Center. And, the hospital’s recently renovated ER delivers emergency medical care 24/7 with a fast track suite for minor emergencies. Other programs and services include a Wellness Center, Wellness Spa, Center for Wound Healing, Bone and Joint Center, Outpatient Rehabilitation and Diagnostic Imaging. To learn more visit FHZeph.org.