Colorado hospital to open $12M orthopedic expansion

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Pioneers Medical Center in Meeker, Colo., will open an 11,000-square-foot facility expanding spine and orthopedic services July 8, The Business Times reports.

Five things to know:

1. The center features two ORs, three recovery rooms, six inpatient hospital rooms and a clinical space.

2. The expansion cost more than $12 million and provides space for about 15 more staff at the hospital.

3. Two operating rooms, three recovery rooms and six inpatient hospital rooms have been added to the center.

4. The hospital acquired Stryker's Mako system for robotic-assisted joint replacement procedures last year.

5. Colorado Advanced Orthopedics performs the full spectrum of spine and orthopedic services at the hospital.

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