Our facilities are equipped with some of the newest medical technology and our clinical providers and physicians are armed with the most advanced medical innovations possible. Providing the most sought-after robotic treatment, St. Anthony's has one of the world’s most technologically advanced operating rooms. It provides the region’s best clinical setting for surgeries with state-of-the-art equipment and offers a space for providers and partners to collaborate to revolutionize care.
“The Puritan Bennett 980 Ventilator has the newest technology to help patients breathe more naturally. “The respiratory team likes the 980 for its innovative user interface and customizable display and the physicians like the different modes of ventilation available to provide support for their patients' unique needs,” said Scott Pino, respiratory manager at St. Anthony’s Hospital. “We appreciate the support we receive through the Foundation. These ventilators can help our patients recover and return home safely to their families.”
A recent capital gift of $1.5 million from Terry and Ginny McCarthy enabled us to purchase the da Vinci® Xi™, new robotic surgical equipment taking minimally invasive surgery to a new order and greatly improving health outcomes. It is versatile and flexible, with setup automation and guidance that promotes OR efficiency. We recognized this extraordinary gift by naming the Terry & Ginny McCarthy Surgical Center after them.
Life-sustaining circulation can be created through effective and uninterrupted chest compressions utilizing this device during sudden cardiac arrest. Providing a steady supply of oxygen to the heart and brain, this machine is necessary to save lives and avoid neurological damage.
Reducing the time to make an accurate diagnosis in the event of an emergency is critical. SonoSite is a portable ultrasound machine that is ready to scan, STAT. This advanced ultrasound technology goes from a cold start to scanning in under 25 seconds and offers a stunningly clear picture.
A Bispectral Index (BIS™) Monitor is commonly used to access depth of sedation during surgical procedures. To avoid over – or under sedation, BIS™ monitoring should be utilized to ensure that the level of sedation is adequate and meets the needs of the patient.
If you’ve been diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer, you may be eligible for breast-conserving therapy. SAVI SCOUT® helps surgeons to precisely locate cancer tissue to ±1mm of accuracy during a wireless lumpectomy. Precise location increases the probability of complete cancer removal and reduces the likelihood of needing follow-up surgeries.
Tru-D, short for Total Room Ultraviolet Disinfection, is a mobile, automated UV disinfection system that St. Anthony's uses to completely clean patient areas. It works by generating UV light energy that modifies the DNA structure of an infectious cell so that it cannot reproduce, and a cell that cannot reproduce cannot colonize and thus harm patients.