Here are 12 orthopedic surgeons making headlines:
University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center named James Voos, MD, its orthopedic department chair.
Taruna Madhav Crawford, MD, joined Kankakee, Ill.-based Riverside Healthcare.
Charleston, S.C.-based Colleton Medical Center welcomed Lawrence Conley, DO, to its Edisto Orthopedic and Sports Medicine practice in Walterboro, S.C.
T. Jacob Seales, MD, joined Orthopaedic Associates in Fort Walton Beach, Fla.
Council Bluffs, Iowa-based Miller Orthopedic Specialists welcomed total joint specialist Clayton Thor, MD.
Charlotte, N.C.-based Novant Health welcomed orthopedic surgeon Patrick King, MD.
Orthopedic surgeon Richard White, MD, of Marshall, Mo.-based Fitzgibbon Hospital, discussed his biggest challenge with the practice and where he sees it growing in the future.
Orthopedic surgeon Christopher Koziara, MD, joined Allegan (Mich.) General Hospital.
Newport Beach, Calif.-based orthopedic surgeon Grant Robicheaux, MD, and his girlfriend were accused of drugging and raping multiple women.
Orthopedic surgeon Jason Snibbe, MD, of Los Angeles-based Snibbe Orthopedics, discussed value-based care in orthopedics and joint replacement.
Seattle-based Proliance Surgeons named Charles Peterson, MD, interim CEO as the group searches to find someone to fill the position permanently.
Philadelphia-based Rothman Institute welcomed orthopedic surgeon Frank Alberta, MD.