The CORE Institute Specialty Hospital houses some of the most advanced medical equipment available for orthopedic care and hospital operations.
This allows surgeons and staff to deliver state-of-the-art medical care in a safe environment to ensure the best possible outcomes.
Top on the list is the surgical equipment employed in our operating rooms. Large, newly renovated operating suites house the latest surgical navigation systems to assist physicians in preparing for and performing minimally-invasive and computer-assisted surgical procedures. Robotic surgery for total knee, partial knee and total hip replacements ensure the most accurate placement of new joints. The hospital was the first in the southwestern United States to perform a robotic total knee replacement using the MAKO surgical arm.
Computer assisted, minimally invasive and robotic surgeries are currently the most advanced techniques available. Our surgeons and surgical teams are highly trained in all these procedures. Physicians select the best option based on each patient’s specific orthopedic needs.
Quality outcomes are a cornerstone of The CORE Institute Specialty Hospital. We have one of the lowest surgical site infection (SSI) rates in Arizona. The hospital’s advanced cleaning protocol for operating suites and patient rooms includes pulsed xenon UV room disinfection. The Xenex LightStrike pulsed xenon UV robot is proven to quickly destroy the germs and bacteria that cause SSIs. It reduces infection rates by killing the microscopic pathogens that may be missed during the manual cleaning process.
Our low infection rates also result from the advanced disinfection techniques used in the hospital’s sterile processing unit. Here surgical equipment is cleaned, disinfected and prepared for surgery in a sterile environment.
When scheduling your surgery at The CORE Institute Specialty Hospital, you can be sure our physicians and care teams will provide you with state-of-the-art surgery and hospital care in a safe and caring environment.