Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center offers various spine surgeries of the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine.
- Disc Arthroplasty
- Deformity Surgery
- Spinal Instability
- Vertebral Fractures
- Minimally Invasive Surgery
- Herniated discs
- Spinal stenosis
- Compression fractures
- Facet osteoarthritis
- Degenerative scoliosis
- Kyphotic deformities
Robotic technology for spine surgery
The Spine Care Center at Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center offers the latest technology in minimally invasive robotic surgery to patients in Panama City, surrounding Bay County communities and beyond.
Using the Mazor X(tm) Robotic Guidance Platform, the surgeon can develop a comprehensive surgical plan and visual outline of the procedure prior to and during surgery. Our robotic spine surgery system features a sophisticated 3D virtual tool developed to accurately determine procedure goals and a surgical plan, creating a unique “surgical blueprint” of the patient’s spine prior to the procedure. Then, using robotic navigation and stabilization firmly affixed to the patient's body, our spine specialists can perform the most precise, efficient surgical procedures.
The use of robotic technology for spine surgery results in safer surgery and high-quality outcomes. The robotic system ensures accuracy and limits the amount of radiation to the patient as well as the surgical team. Patients may experience smaller incisions, reduced blood loss, less pain, lower risk of infection and faster recovery.
The Spine Center of Excellence
Spine care team
Patients may receive outpatient spine surgery or comprehensive inpatient surgery. Expert physicians and specially trained nurses and our orthopedic inpatient physical therapy team help care for spine surgery patients and help you recover. After surgery, patient are carefully transferred and care for. For more information, call (850) 767-2460.
Orthopedic / spine patient coordinator
Jordan Condrey, RN, BSN
Undergoing spine surgery requires a lot of planning and support. Jordan Condrey, RN, BSN is dedicated to seeing patients through the entire process.
Her role is:
- To get to know patients and their needs.
- Provide enhanced communication with caregivers.
- Provide education and information on what to expect before, during and after surgery.
- Foster a strong partnership with nursing and medical staff to deliver optimal care ensuring safety and quality outcomes.
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Joint Commission – Spine surgery certified
Spinal surgery programs (discectomy, laminectomy, and spinal fusion) are certified by the Joint Commission under the standards for disease-specific care programs. Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center qualified for certification after on-site review of our orthopedic services. This accreditation demonstrates the commitment to a higher standard of care with orthopedic spine surgery.