If you’re considering joining the medical staff at Columbus Regional Health, you have an opportunity to make a great impact in a great place to live. Columbus Regional Health is a system of two hospitals, a cancer treatment and research center, breast care center, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation facilities, wound care center, sleep lab and numerous physician clinics. Most importantly to the people of west Georgia, we’re the one healthcare provider they can turn to for advanced medicine.
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Situated in west Georgia on the banks of the Chattahoochee River, Columbus is the second largest city in Georgia. With Fort Benning just southeast of Columbus, it’s an all-American town with a strong military presence. But there’s more to Columbus than good people. The climate is mild. The cost of living is low. Big-city traffic and gridlock are virtually non-existent. It’s home to Columbus State University, a vibrant cultural scene, good schools, Fortune 500 corporations and, thanks to Columbus Regional Health, great healthcare.
Residents of the region can take advantage of the kind of medical advances one would only expect to find at academic medical centers in large urban areas. Here, doctors have two in-patient hospitals in which to practice, the most innovative diagnostic tools, a hybrid operating suite and a leadership team committed to providing the best advanced care. It’s no surprise that our doctors are breaking new ground in medicine. Our surgeons were the first in Georgia to perform robot-assisted surgery for hernia removals and other abdominal surgeries. And we’re still the only facility in the area with the technology to remove clots from the brain and perform prostatectomies with a da Vinci surgical robot. Notice of Filing
Used for general surgery as well as by our gynecologic, thoracic and urological surgeons. Columbus Regional Health is the only facility in the area where prostatectomies are performed robotically.
The only one of its kind in the region, this leading-edge technology allows our surgeons and specialists to direct imaging radiation at a patient very precisely during a procedure.
This system works like a single-slice CT scanner. It allows for precise robotic positioning and real-time scans during neurosurgery and other procedures.