Technology and innovation

Auckland Prostate Cancer men travel to Tauranga for robotic surgery

Posted on August 24, 2015 

Grace Hospital is the only facility in the North island that has a Da Vinci robot on site. Grace invested in the Si model in 2014 to replace their existing machine, which had become obsolete. 

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Grace Hospital surgeons recognised for services to surgery

Posted on July 23, 2015 

Awards for two Grace Hospital surgeons for their contributions to surgery and research have been conferred this week

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New Surgical Robot at Grace Hospital

Posted on June 4, 2014
Grace Hospital’s latest acquisition, a multi-million dollar surgical robot, is lifting the hospital’s keyhole surgery to a new level.
Hospital staff and surgeons have been keenly anticipating the arrival of the da Vinci Si robot, increasing the range of surgical procedures available to patients, both from Tauranga and further afield.

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Surgeon at Grace Hospital makes list in top doctor ranking

Posted on May 14, 2014
A Surgeon at Grace Hospital is now on the list of top doctor rankings. Associate Professor Peter Gilling, has made the list of top doctors ranking internationally in the treatment of prostate enlargement.

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Prostate Cancer - New advance in technology

Posted March 25, 2014

Jim Duthie is a Urologist who is based at Grace Hospital. He is launching a new advance in technology for patients with prostate cancer.

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Taking surgery beyond the limits of the human hand

Posted on October 18, 2013 
Grace Hospital will become increasingly known as New Zealand’s robotic surgery centre with the acquisition of the Si robot, as the new technology support a skills simulator which will be used to assist in the training of surgeons and robotic assistants


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