After leasing a robotic surgical device for the past four years, Wooster Community Hospital has decided to purchase it outright. The device, at a cost of nearly half a million dollars, was paid for with money from the hospital’s capital improvement fund. Currently only five people have the training to use the device, but hospital officials say that number could grow. The device allows surgeons to perform delicate operations using only minor incisions. It includes interactive robotic arms and a 3D HD vision system.