• Joint Center 

    The Center for Joint Replacement

    Dedicated exclusively to joint health and joint replacement surgery, our renowned center combines experience, medical expertise, advanced technology and skilled staff to help you overcome joint pain. The center operates as a unique and comprehensive hospital unit—designed specifically to provide you a healing environment for a healthy and speedy recovery.

    At the Forefront of Research and Innovation

    Part of our responsibility in caring for you is staying at the forefront of medicine through high-quality research. We’re proud of the center’s progress, and the impact it can have on you, our community and the world.

    Count on the Doctors Other Doctors Trust

    If you believe joint replacement surgery is the right option for you, you’re in good hands. Our surgeons specialize in knee and hip replacement surgery, and have documented exceptional outcomes. In fact, doctors come from all over the world to learn from us.

    We can help you manage your pain until your surgery, and we offer services, such as physical medicine and physical therapy to help you recover afterward.

    While in our care, you’ll be assigned a joint replacement team. In addition to your surgeon, many specialists will play an important role in your treatment and recovery, including:

    • Care Coordinators help with your needs outside the hospital, such as home health services and locating community resources.
    • Hospitalists manage your medical condition around-the clock. They work closely with your orthopedic surgeon to manage your pain, medications and any existing conditions while you’re in the hospital.
    • Joint Secretaries coordinate your pre-operative care between your doctor’s office, the hospital, and testing facilities.
    • Nurses take care of your daily needs, talk with you about your care and advocate for you during your hospital stay.
    • Nurse Navigators walk in lock-step with you and your family throughout your joint replacement journey. They’ll help coordinate your medical, emotional and spiritual needs and answer your questions.
    • Patient Care Technicians assist your nurses by taking your vital signs and helping with your meals, baths and restroom needs. They also provide support for your family.
    • Rehabilitation Specialists work with you to improve your mobility. These specialists may include a physical therapist, physical therapy assistant, occupational therapist and certified occupational therapy assistant.