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9 Hospitals Expanding Orthopedic and Spine Services Featured

Written by  Heather Linder | Monday, 18 February 2013 16:22
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Here are nine hospitals expanding their orthopedic and spine services.
Shriners Hospitals for Children in Portland added an EOS Imaging System to help improve diagnoses for children with spine conditions, such as scoliosis and other deformities.

Hospital for Special Surgery in New York purchased a development site for $31 million, where it plans to expand its campus.

A new unit for orthopedic and spine surgery patients at Scottsdale (Ariz.) Healthcare Thompson Peak Hospital will open early this year. The hospital's orthopedic program includes total joint replacement, orthopedic trauma, pediatric orthopedics and sports medicine.

The surgeons of 3B Orthopaedics have become employees of Aria Health. Booth Bartolozzi Balderson Orthopaedics, which had been an independent practice at Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia, will now move to Aria Health.

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

St. Luke's Hospital—Miner's Campus in Coaldale, Pa., announced plans to open a new medical center in Tamaqua featuring outpatient orthopedics and sports medicine.

Four new orthopedic surgeons have joined Lock Haven (Pa.) Hospital.

PinnacleHealth System opened a new orthopedic and spine unit at its Harrisburg (Pa.) Campus.

Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center in Secaucus, N.J., announced the accreditation of its Orthopedic Surgery Residency Program by the American Osteopathic Association. The program is the hospital's first medical residency and will commence in July 2013.

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