The CORE Institute, Illinois Bone & Joint Institute & more: 12 spine programs expanding

Mackenzie Garrity -   Print  |

Here are 12 hospitals, health systems and private practices expanding spine and neurosurgery programs.

Littleton (N.H.) Regional Healthcare plans to launch and expand a new spine program in 2019.

Covington, La.-based St. Tammany Parish Hospital added Synaptive Medical's Modus V robotic technology to its neuroscience program.

Georgetown, Texas-based Bergeson Spine Clinic newly affiliated with Seton Healthcare Family in Austin, Texas.

Dayton, Ohio-based Premier Health's Orthopedic Spine Center will open a new office in Centerville, Ohio.

Mountain View, Calif.-based Allied Pain & Spine Institute is slated to open a new office in Mountain View.

Chicago-based Illinois Bone & Joint Institute opened a new practice in Crystal Lake, Ill.

In 2018, Winston-Salem, N.C.-based Novant Health acquired a former Veterans Affairs medical clinic in Winston-Salem for $9.5 million.

Neenah, Wis.-based Neuroscience Group partnered with Appleton, Wis.-based ThedaCare to join the health system's ACO.

HCA Houston Healthcare Southeast opened an orthopedic and neuroscience center in Pasadena, Texas.

Penn Medicine Lancaster (Pa.) General Health purchased Lancaster Neuroscience & Spine Associates for an undisclosed amount.

Murfreesboro, Tenn.-based Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital added the StealthStation S8, a surgical navigation system for neurosurgery and spine procedures.

Phoenix-based The CORE Institute opened a new facility in Mesa, Ariz., expanding its presence in the city.

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