About Computerized Medical Systems, Inc.

A dose of gamma rays from Elekta won't turn you into the Incredible Hulk, but it could make you feel like him. The company manufactures the Gamma Knife -- which isn't a knife at all but a chamber that delivers radiation therapy to treat tumors and cancer in the brain. The Gamma Knife was invented in 1968 by Elekta's founder, Dr. Lars Leksell, the father of radiosurgery. Elekta manufactures other non-invasive treatment systems, such as image-guided radiation therapy (IRGT) and particle therapy, used to treat cancer elsewhere in the body. Elekta was founded in 1972. Its products are used in more than 5,000 hospitals around the world.

Computerized Medical Systems, Inc.

13723 Riverport Dr Ste 100
Maryland Heights, MO 63043
Phone: 1 (314) 993-0003
Fax: 1 (314) 919-0274


  • Employer Type: Public
  • Director of Human Resources: John Becker
  • Account Director: Derek House
  • Vice President Global Quality Assurance: Karen Wagener
  • Employees: 300

Major Office Locations

  • Maryland Heights, MO