9 ASCs With Total Hip Replacement Programs
Manitowoc Surgery Center (Manitowoc, Wis.). Surgeons perform both total knee and total hip replacement procedures at Manitowoc Surgery Center using minimally invasive techniques. The physicians of Orthopaedic Associates of Manitowoc bring their cases to the center, which is also certified for 23-hour convenience stays. For post surgical care, the center includes a rehabilitation facility. The ASC is accredited by the Accreditation Association of Ambulatory Health Care.
Mississippi Valley Surgery Center (Davenport, Iowa). Surgeons at Mississippi Valley Surgery Center perform total hip replacement, cervical and lumbar spine surgery and arthroscopic hand and elbow surgery. The ASC is a member of the Mississippi Valley Health Network and affiliated with the network's independent physician practices. It was opened in 1996 and supported by a small group of physicians at that time. Since then, it has grown to accommodate approximately 12,000 procedures per year and is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care. In addition to orthopedics, physicians perform GI, general surgery, ophthalmology and urology procedures at the center.
Muir Orthopaedic Specialists (Walnut Creek, Calif.). The 46,000-square-foot Muir Orthopaedic Specialists Care Center houses the medical group and the Sequoia Surgical Pavilion, an outpatient surgery center for orthopedic and subspecialty patients. It also houses an imaging center with MRI and CT capabilities. The physicians at the center offer orthopedic surgical and rehabilitation services, including minimally invasive total hip replacement and anterior minimally invasive hip replacement surgeries. Muir Orthopaedic Specialists' physicians are affiliated with the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Arthroscopy Association of North America and Scoliosis Research Society.
Newport Orthopedic Institute (Newport Beach, Calif.). Newport Orthopedic Institute's 16 board-certified or board-eligible specialists perform a wide range of services at its three locations, including sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery and adult reconstruction/joint replacement. They also offer treatment for disorders of the spine, foot and ankle and orthopedic trauma services. According to James T. Caillouette, MD, chairman of the institute, total hip replacements offer opportunity for rapid recovery and also offer the opportunity to create a bundled payment. There is also an increased demand for total hip replacement surgeries. The institute's Newport Beach location houses four operating rooms, and the institute's physicians have developed a unique partnership with Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian in Newport Beach to create a patient-centered value-based facility called Hoag Orthopedic Institute.
Northern Wyoming Surgical Center (Cody, Wyo.). At Northern Wyoming Surgical Center, surgeons perform total knee replacement, total hip replacement and total shoulder replacements. The surgery center has been serving its community for more than 10 years and is a member of the Ambulatory Surgery Center Association. It has two operating rooms, a procedure room and capability for 23-hour stays. In addition to orthopedic joint replacements, surgeons at the center provide neurosurgery and spine care, general surgery, urology, endoscopy, ophthalmology and pain management.
OA Centers for Orthopaedics (Portland, Maine). Founded in 1982, OA Centers for Orthopaedics provides comprehensive orthopedic care services, including surgical treatments for foot, ankle, hand, shoulder, knee, hip and joint conditions. Surgeons at the center also perform joint reconstruction of the hip and minimally invasive anterolateral total hip surgeries, which is referred to as the "24-Hour Hip," because patients are discharged within 24 hours after surgery. OA's orthopedic surgery center includes two operating rooms, which support MRIs, CT scans and X-rays. In 2006, the center performed an outpatient total hip surgery, which it believes to be the first one performed in a freestanding surgery center. There are 22 physicians practicing at The OA Center for Orthopaedics, and it is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.
Ohio Orthopedic Center of Excellence Ambulatory Surgery Center (Columbus, Ohio). The center is more than 100,000 square feet and includes four operating rooms and one procedure room. In 2012, the ASC began performing total hip replacement surgeries. Michael A. McShane, MD, was the first to perform the procedure at the center in May 2012. Accredited by Medicare and The Joint Commission, the Ohio Orthopedic Center of Excellence Ambulatory Surgery Center also offers foot and ankle surgeries, general orthopedic procedures, joint replacement procedures, pain management services, spine Surgery and sports medicine services.
Orthopedic and Sports Surgery Center (Appleton, Wis.). The Orthopedic and Sports Surgery Center opened in 2006 and added partial knee replacements in 2008. Now, the physician owners of the surgery center also perform total hip and knee replacements. To prepare for these procedures, a portion of the recovery space in the surgery center was converted into a 23-hour stay area for two patients. The center is owned by seven surgeons and an anesthesiologist at the Orthopedic & Sports Institute of the Fox Valley. In addition to the ASC and physicians' offices, the institute hosts an MRI, physical therapy and orthotics. The group also provides pain management and includes a podiatrist. The center is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.
Unity Surgical Center (Lafayette, Ind.). Unity Surgical Center opened in 2001 and started offering minimally invasive surgical techniques for total knee and hip joint replacement in 2008. Total hip replacement patients are discharged from the center within 23 hours after surgery. The facility houses four operating rooms and three procedure rooms. It includes physicians who specialize in orthopedics, orthopedic spine surgery, pain management, anesthesiology, podiatry and general surgery. The center is accredited by Medicare and the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.
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