From Virginia to Rhode Island, here are five orthopedic and spine supercenters on the East Coast that have been opened or planned in the last two years.
1. OrthoVirginia (Lynchburg) plans to open a 77,000-square-foot, $50 million facility in Midlothian in the fall of 2024. OrthoVirginia has 35 other locations throughout the Virginia and Maryland area, employing over 100 surgeons. It is the largest orthopedic provider in the state of Virginia.
2. Mayfield Brain and Spine Center (Cincinnati) purchased 4.25 acres of undeveloped land in July 2022 with plans to build a 16,147-square-foot building with a surgery center in
Springboro. Mayfield has five locations in the Cincinnati area, with 20 neurosurgeons and three interventional pain management specialists on staff.
3. Hospital for Special Surgery (New York City) expanded its Long Island location in Uniondale, N.Y., in April, doubling the facility's size. Hospital for Special Surgery has been ranked the No. 1 orthopedic facility by U.S. News & World Report for 13 years in a row. It has several locations throughout New York, New Jersey, Florida and Connecticut.
4. University of Rochester (N.Y.) Medical Center plans to open a 350,000-square-foot, $277 million orthopedic center in Henrietta, N.Y., this year. An outpatient clinic will take up 140,000 square feet of the new space. The center will also have 140 patient exam rooms, a three-room procedure suite, imaging services and physical therapy.
5. Ortho Rhode Island (Providence) opened a $33 million facility that houses Ortho RI's Warwick and East Greenwich offices. The 66,000-square-foot facility has three floors, an outpatient surgery center, eight operating rooms, imaging and physical therapy services.