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Hospital for Special Surgery outpatient center aims to expand reach into community: 4 things to know

Written by  Eric Oliver | Wednesday, 02 November 2016 19:02
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New York-based Hospital for Special Surgery's outpatient center in Stamford, Conn., is going to expand its communal efforts after receiving results from a recent survey.

Here's what you need to know.

 

1. Throughout the community arthritis and osteoporosis were the most common issues affecting the population.

 

2. Falls were also a significant concern.

 

3. HSS currently offers free monthly lectures on certain health related topics. It also has an educational newsletter. Several more lectures, small group workshops and exercises classes are potential new offerings.

 

4. The survey encompassed lower Fairfield and Upper Westchester Counties in Connecticut.

 

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