ZAP-X, from its inception, was developed to expand best-in-class SRS access to the millions of potential global patients who currently lack access. By reducing the costs and complexities of prior delivery technologies, ZAP-X is now installed in both academic and community hospitals, as well as ground-breaking outpatient settings previously considered infeasible.
Advancing access for all.
World-renowned for their advanced development in the field of robotic radiosurgery, MedStar Georgetown Cancer looked to improve patient access and reduce costs-of-care by expanding SRS beyond the large urban hospital in central Washington D.C. to their satellite hospital in suburban Clinton, Maryland.
Considering the small platform (…) and the fact it doesn’t require shielding really helps to reach more smaller, rural communities. To bring technology to people there so they don’t have to come to big cities for treatment.”
As a small community healthcare provider in rural Lower Saxony, Bonifatius Hospital brought access to world-class radiosurgery to their local community via ZAP-X. Prior to ZAP-X, the nearest SRS facility was more than 2.5 hours away.
During the pandemic, sites that have something special, those places have survived (…) Those places have been able to acquire more patients. Those places have been able to gather around medical and personal excellence. And if you’re able to [commission] something like a ZAP-X, a dedicated radiosurgical device in a place like ours, you’ve placed a lighthouse.
Head Physician, ZAP-X Center
Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Swiss Neuro Radiosurgery Center (SNRC)