Medrobotics Flex® Robotic System
GW Hospital First in the World to Use Flexible, Surgical Robot for Colorectal Surgery
The George Washington University Hospital is expanding its robotic services, becoming the first hospital in the world to perform colorectal surgery with the Medrobotics Flex® Robotic System — a robot system designed to navigate the body’s twists and turns.
GW Hospital Reverified as Level I Trauma Center, Highest Possible
GW Hospital Reverified as Level I Trauma Center, Highest Possible
GW Hospital's Center for Trauma and Critical Care reverified as a Level I Trauma Center.
Hospital Doctor With Digital Tablet Talks To Male Patient
Top Docs 2016
Check out the “top docs” from The George Washington University Hospital recognized by Washingtonian Magazine.
GW Hospital One of Only 18 Hospitals Nationwide to Receive Recognition for Meritorious Surgical Outcomes Two Consecutive Years
The only DC hospital — and one of 18 nationally — to be recognized two years in a row for meritorious surgical care.
The Orthopaedic Surgery That's Changing Lives
If pain and stiffness are interfering with your ability to perform everyday activities such as walking or climbing stairs, joint replacement surgery may be an option.
GW Ron and Joy Paul Kidney Center to Increase Live Kidney Donation in D.C.
The need for kidney donation in the U.S. is urgent — 12 people a day die waiting for a life-saving kidney transplant.