Largo Medical Center July 26, 2019

Dr. Matthew Reynolds demonstrates Largo Medical Center's new Robotic Surgical System with a mock patient on a mock operating table during a hospital open house.

Largo, FL — Largo Medical Center is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of a new Robotic Surgical System.

“The addition of the new system provides state-of-the-art care for our patients so they return back to their loved ones as quickly as possible,” said Adam Rudd, Largo Medical Center, Chief Executive Officer. “It continues our mission of giving the best care no matter what the healthcare need.”

At Largo Medical Center, the surgical robot will be used for bariatrics (surgical weight loss), urological, and general surgical procedures.

“Being a teaching hospital, having a dual-console robot will allow for superior training for our future surgeons, while also maintaining excellence in patient care,” said Matthew Reynolds, DO, General Surgeon, Largo Medical Center.

The Robotic Surgical System moves delicately inside the mock patient.

The surgical robotic systems gives our surgeons:

  • increased flexibility
  • 3D-HD visualization providing a highly magnified view
  • intuitive motion
  • an ergonomic design.

It provides the patient smaller incisions and faster recovery times.