OrthoVirginia's 5-year recap: 13 moves


Here are 13 notable updates from Chesterfield-based OrthoVirginia since 2019:


1. Telehealth company Remission Medical North partnered with Chesterfield-based OrthoVirginia.


1. An Ashburn, Va.-based medical office building fully leased to OrthoVirginia sold for $8.5 million.

2. Centra Southside Orthopedic patients were transferred to OrthoVirginia's Farmville office.

3. OrthoVirginia teamed up with cloud-based software company TriValence to launch a pilot program for its new premium and enterprise solutions platforms, which will be available to mid-size and large ASCs with supply chain and financing needs.


1. OrthoVirginia named David Jevsevar, MD, as its new CEO.


1. Thomas Mazahery, MD, of OrthoVirginia performed the Washington, D.C., region's first spine surgery using artificial intelligence-driven robotic technology.

2. OrthoVirginia's Adam Crowl, MD, performed the first spinal fusion in clinic with the ViBone Moldable cell bone matrix.


1. OrthoVirginia was voted The Best Orthopedic Practice in 2020 by readers of the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

2. OrthoVirginia moved its Alexandria, Va., office into a new building in the city and combined its McLean and Vienna offices into a larger facility in McLean.

3. OrthoVirginia resumed performing elective surgical procedures May 1, in accordance with state guidance, and implemented a series of enhanced policies and procedures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. 


1. OrthoVirginia welcomed four fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons.

2. Lynchburg-based OrthoVirginia sold a 88,000-square-foot medical office building housing one of its practices to Montecito Medical Real Estate.

3. OrthoVirginia finalized its acquisition of Virginia Beach-based Virginia Institute for Sports Medicine.

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