We are delighted to announce that Mr Tan Arulampalem has joined our Medical Advisory Board. Tan is a Consultant General Surgeon with an interest in Gastrointestinal and Laparoscopic Surgery at Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust.
He is Clinical Director of the ICENI Centre in Colchester and a Reader at Anglia Ruskin University. He is on the Council of the Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland and on the Board of the International Society of Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgeons. He is active in research, teaching, training and has acted as a Medical Advisor to BBC Drama.
We will be on Stand 60 at the 2016 European Association for Endoscopic Surgery Congress in Amsterdam
Come and see the FreeHand System and understand why it should be the default standard of care for laparoscopic procedures
Also at the meeting surgeons from Colchester Hospital University Foundation Trust will be publishing two posters on the ease of training with FreeHand and its cost effective use for emergency appendicectomies.
We are delighted to announce that we have signed an agreement with Getz Healthcare, part of the Getz Group of companies, who will be distributing FreeHand in Australia with immediate effect
We are pleased to announce a collaboration between Freehand 2010 Ltd and Asia Cardiovascular Products Limited who will work together to introduce and support the FreeHand technology in Asia.
Freehand will be exhibiting at the 2015 ALSGBI Annual Scientific Meeting at Southport
Jeremy Russell interviewed on Sky News Live
Ramsay Health Care UK and OR Productivity are pleased to announce the first national agreement for the provision of the FreeHand robotically controlled camera holder to be made available for minimally invasive (Keyhole) surgery throughout Ramsay hospitals in the UK.
OR Productivity will provide robotic arms to the hospitals together with a full training programme. This will be rolled out throughout their network of hospitals over the next twelve months.
The FreeHand robotic arm allows the surgeon to control the telescope and camera used in keyhole surgery by movements of his/her head. This gives the surgeon a very steady view, often removes the need to have an assistant holding the camera and has been shown to shorten the overall length of surgical procedures.
Charles Ranaboldo, Group Medical Director of Ramsay Healthcare and a lead practicing keyhole surgeon, commented ‘We are delighted to collaborate with ORP on this product which helps us to operate more efficiently, enabling us to deliver a better service and improve patient outcomes. Ramsay remains committed to utilising medical technology to enhance the service we offer to our patients.’
Jeremy Russell, CEO of OR Productivity stated ‘We are delighted to have such a collaboration with a world-class company such as Ramsay Health Care UK. We will be working hard to ensure that all the training and installation of units is completed in a timely manner and look forward to bring in other innovative and bring other cost-effective products to Ramsay Health Care in due course’
OR Productivity is the parent of Freehand 2010 Ltd
Freehand is pleased to announce that it has signed an exclusive agreement with Mediflex, Division of Flexbar Machine Corp., to distribute the FreeHand product in the USA.
The agreement includes a commitment to collaborate on the provision of clinical support in US hospitals
The website sevicing the United States market is coming soon