Hospital for Special Surgery, Campbell Clinic & more: 11 hospitals expanding spine, neurosurgery programs

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | February 19, 2018 | Print  |

Here are 11 hospitals expanding their spine and neurosurgery programs.

Michael Dorsi, MD, of Ventura (Calif.) Neurosurgery, was among the first group of neurosurgeons to use Camber Spine's Spira-C Open Matrix Cervical Interbody device.

 

Maui (Hawaii) Memorial Medical Center is looking to hire additional surgeons due to Thomas Rogers, MD, it's only neurosurgeon, being unavailable.

 

Investigators at the New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery developed the first patient questionnaire to measure the physical and psychological impact of brachial plexus injury and assess surgical outcomes.

 

Phoenix Spine & Joint developed Canadian Care Connect for Canadian citizens.

 

Knoxville-based University of Tennessee Medical Center opened a new neuro critical care center within its Brain & Spine Institute.

 

Medical students at the University of Nevada Reno School of Medicine will soon have a new department of surgery to build on their patient care and surgical training.

 

PEAK Sport and Spine bought the Sedalia (Mo.) Laser Pain Center.

 

Pinehurst, N.C.-based Advanced Medical Group joined the Rockville, Md.-based National Spine & Pain Centers network.

 

The Germantown Industrial Development Board awarded Memphis, Tenn.-based Campbell Clinic an eight-year retention payment-in-lieu-of-taxes for its expansion plan.

 

Lakeshore Bone and Joint Institute, the largest orthopedic group in Northwest Indiana, aligned with Mishawaka, Ind.-based Franciscan Health.

 

The Harry T. Mangurian Jr. Foundation gifted Jacksonville, Fla.-based Mayo Clinic $20 million to support its efforts to develop a neurologic building.

 

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