Florida Hospital Zephyrhills opens $2.6M orthopedic unit: 6 points

Written by  Mary Rechtoris | Thursday, 05 January 2017 17:37
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Florida Hospital Zephyrhills opened the new Bone and Joint Center on Jan. 3, 2016.

Here are six points:


1. The center costs $2.6 million.


2. The hospital has been constructing the orthopedic wing since July 2016.


3. The Bone and Joint Center is 7,350 square feet and has 15 private patient rooms.


4. The center's providers specialize in treating and preventing joint, ligament, tendon, muscle and nerve disorders.


5. Florida Hospital Zephyrhills' orthopedic unit will offer MAKOplasty(R) Partial Hip and Knee Resurfacing for adults with early to mid-stage hip and knee osteoarthritis.


6. A part of Altamonte Springs, Fla.-based Adventist Health System, Florida Hospital Zephyrhills is a 140-bed regional medical center.


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