Hospital officials warn against postponing regular exams, procedures over fear of virus.
With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic keeping many residents in their homes in an effort to avoid the potentially deadly contagion, some Tri-Valley hospitals have noted a decrease in the number of patients making medical visits out of fear of contracting the virus. Some people have even gone so far as to postpone medical needs and non-essential surgeries out of concern over COVID-19 exposure; however, local hospital officials want residents to know that they are still open to safely fulfill all medical needs and that proper policies and procedures have been put in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
San Ramon Regional Medical Center is now offering new cutting-edge technology for knee and hip replacement surgeries with the Mako robotic arm assisted surgery, which hospital staff say will greatly improve patient care. Developed by Stryker Corporation - an international medical technology company the Mako System enables surgeons at SRRMC to create personalized surgical plans for patients in need of knee and hip replacement surgery, providing knee alignment for a variety of different body...