Arizona hospital develops new center to improve joint replacements: 3 highlights

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | October 30, 2018 | Print  |

To improve the patient experience for those undergoing joint replacement surgery, Show Low, Ariz.-based Summit Healthcare opened its Orthopedic Center of Excellence, according to White Mountain Independent.

Here are three highlights:

1. The comprehensive program is designed based on best practices from around the country for hip and knee replacements.

2. Ian Brimhall, MD, one of the four orthopedic surgeons at Summit Healthcare, said the center was developed to improve outcomes and provide advanced care.

3. The Orthopedic Center of Excellence also has a program manager to support patients during their treatment and provide encouragement throughout the rehabilitation process.

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