Versius for Hospitals

We believe in value-based medicine that enables hospitals to provide their patients treatment that is more accessible, less invasive and gets patients feeling better, sooner.
We know value-based medicine is important to you. Versius has been designed to make surgical robotics affordable and easy to adopt in your hospital, whilst delivering high-quality patient care. This allows you to deliver procedures traditionally performed via open surgery through a minimal access technique, with all the benefits that brings for patient and hospital.
Delivering value-based medicine

Delivering value-based medicine

Treatment needs to be cost-effective throughout the entire patient care cycle no matter your hospital’s size. Our cost-per-case managed service and flexible financing options have been developed to provide clear cost-effectiveness to all hospitals.

Making robotics accessible for all

We set out to create a surgical robot that is easy to adopt, through its design. Hospitals can maximise their use of Versius with its ability to easily move between virtually any operating room, no matter the size.

With no structural changes needed to implement Versius into hospitals, no changes need to be made to existing operating room workflows.

Making robotics accessible
Versius Clinical Insights

Versius Clinical Insights

Drive value from your Versius robotics programme by tracking ongoing utilisation and case throughput with key usage metrics and dashboards, through Versius Clinical Insights.

Understand aggregated surgical performance by viewing outcome metrics such as number of complications, estimated blood loss, and length of stay.

Continuously improve your surgical robotics programme by comparing your surgical performance benchmarked against other anonymised Versius hospitals.

Putting the patient first

At CMR Surgical, everything we do and every decision we take, is with the patient at the heart.

Outcomes from the Versius Robotic-Assisted Surgery Programme

Milton Keynes University Hospital
MKUH have reported major impacts on recovery timelines, patient outcomes and surgical staff wellbeing since introducing Versius — including a 450 annual bed day saving.
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Klinkum Chemnitz
The number of patients receiving minimal access surgery at Klinikum Chemnitz has increased from 60% to 75% for right-sided hemicolectomy procedures and from 35% to 50% for thoracic procedures.
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Hear what hospitals think of Versius

Eilish Midlane
Chief Executive Officer, Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Walter Kmet
Chief Executive Officer, Macquarie University Hospital, Australia
Joe Harrison
Chief Executive Officer, Milton Keynes University Hospital
Dr Shailesh Puntambekar
Consultant Surgeon and Chief Executive Officer, Galaxy Care Hospital
Neil Dardis
Chief Executive, Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust
Bertrand Martin
Director of Argenteuil Hospital, France

Why have a digital ecosystem in surgery?

Our digital ecosystem offers the opportunity to make better informed decisions to improve patient outcomes whilst maximising efficiencies.

Versius for

Versius for
the surgical teams


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