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12 Hospitals Enhance Orthopedic & Spine Services Featured

Written by  Laura Miller | Friday, 18 January 2013 15:03
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Here are 12 hospitals that announced or opened expansion projects for orthopedic and spine services.
Beaumont Health System in Royal Oak, Mich., recently joined the American Joint Replacement Registry, which is a not-for-profit national database of joint replacement procedures.

Harris Medical Center Hospital
announced its plans to open an orthopedics hospital in Silverdale, Wis., in September of this year.

Lewisburg, Pa.-based Evangelica Community Hospital opened a new Center for Orthopaedics designed to meet the needs of orthopedic patients.

Maple Grove (Minn.) Hospital
completed a major expansion to add 46 patient rooms and two examination rooms to expand the hospital's orthopedic and spine services.

Medstar is planning to add a new medical campus in Hartford County, Conn., that will include orthopedics and sports medicine.

Durango Orthopedics began a partnership with Pegosa Springs (Colo.) Medical Center to perform surgery there.

Tri-City Medical Center
in Oceanside, Calif., purchased its second Renaissance surgical system from Mazor Robotics, becoming the first health system to own more than one system.

Hammond, La.-based North Oaks Medical Center unveiled its new five-story wing that includes a customized orthopedic and neurosurgery floor as well as a patient rehabilitation gym.

Northern Inyo Hospital
in Bishop Calif., plans to open its first orthopedic clinic with the acquisition of Sierra Crest Orthopedics and Neurology, previously run by Mammoth Hospital.

St. Vincent Health
hired a group of orthopedic surgeons from PremierOrtho in Bloomington, Ind., to create an Orthopedic Center of Excellence at Monroe Hospital.

Tyler-based Texas Spine & Joint will open an urgent care facility and share the space with Azalea Orthopedics.

Wise Regional Health System in Decatur, Texas, broke ground on its Parkway Surgical and Cardiovascular Hospital in Fort Worth, which will focus on minimally invasive spine care, among other procedures.

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