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  1. Maury Regional Medical Center first in Tennessee to launch 7D Surgical navigation for spine, brain surgery

    Columbia, Tenn.-based Maury Regional Medical Center became the first hospital in the state to debut the 7D Surgical FlashTM Navigation System, according to a Feb. 8 report from The Columbia Daily Herald.
  2. 4 physicians join Beacon Orthopaedics following competitor's merger

    Sharonville, Ohio-based Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine has recruited four physicians and opened its 14th location in West Chester, Ohio.
  3. Dr. John Peloza to return to The Steadman Clinic

    John Peloza, MD, is returning to Vail, Colo.-based The Steadman Clinic after spending several decades developing his own practice in Dallas.

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  1. 8 major orthopedic developments in Florida

    Several significant orthopedic developments have taken place in Florida over the past year as the state is projected to become the biggest battleground for orthopedics in the U.S.
  2. 50-surgeon group plans clinic with spine surgery

    Summit Orthopedics, a 50-surgeon practice in Woodbury, Minn., plans to develop a 25,000-square-foot clinic in Lakeville, Minn., local news publication Sun Thisweek reports.
  3. Gentem Health closes $10 million Series A financing to help private medical practices streamline and accelerate insurance reimbursements

    Gentem Health Inc., a Silicon Valley-startup focused on helping private practices thrive financially, has raised a $10 million Series A financing round, bringing total investment to $13.7 million.
  4. North Carolina health system terminates orthopedic surgeon's contract

    Asheville, N.C.-based Mission Health terminated the contract of an orthopedic surgeon who practiced in Transylvania County for 17 years, according to a report in The Transylvania Times. 
  1. 7 details on Zimmer Biomet's plan to spin off spine, dental

    Zimmer Biomet announced plans to spin off its spine and dental units on Feb. 5 to focus more on its orthopedic and sports medicine units.
  2. 3 hospital spine towers costing at least $60M

    Many hospital expansion plans were pushed back due to economic challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, but work has resumed on several projects centering on spine care.
  3. $60M spine and orthopedic tower opens at Florida hospital

    Aventura (Fla.) Hospital and Medical Center has opened a 90,000-square foot tower that houses its Orthopedic & Spine Institute, Miami's Community Newspapers reported Feb. 8.
  4. Swift Urgent Clinic, Nevada Minimally Invasive Spine Institute to anchor sports performance complex

    Reno, Nev.-based Swift Urgent Clinic and Spine Nevada Minimally Invasive Spine Institute will anchor the in-development Reno Sportsdome, Nevada Business reported Feb. 5.
  1. New York hospital opens orthopedic clinic

    Watertown, N.Y.-based Samaritan Medical Center opened its new orthopedic clinic, local news affiliate 7 News reported Feb. 7.
  2. Ascension St. John, Encompass Health plan 2nd joint venture spinal cord injury facility

    Birmingham, Ala.-based Encompass Health and Detroit-based Ascension St. John plan to build a second joint venture rehabilitation hospital in Owasso, Okla., Tulsa World reports.
  3. 3 spine surgeons debuting new technologies

    Three spine surgeons who introduced new technologies in the past month:
  4. Massachusetts hospital adds 2nd neurosurgeon in 4 months

    Justin Slavin, MD, became the second spinal neurosurgeon to join Milford (Mass.) Regional Medical Center in the past four months, Milford Daily News reports.
  5. Lone Star Orthopaedic and Spine Specialists opens new location in Texas

    Fort Worth, Texas-based Lone Star Orthopaedic and Spine Specialists opened a new location in Mansfield, according to a Feb. 8 news release.
  6. NuVasive expands clinical professional development, surgeon education program in New York

    NuVasive plans to open the NuVasive East Coast Experience Center in Englewood, N.J., later this year to expand its educational program, according to a Feb. 8 announcement.
  7. Nevada spine practice teams with 'sportsdome' facility opening in fall

    Reno-based Spine Nevada and Swift Urgent Clinic partnered with Reno Sportsdome, a 120,000-square-foot sports complex that will open in the fall, Nevada Business reports.
  8. Spine specialists recognized in NASS' '20 under 40' list

    SpineLine, the primary publication for North American Spine Society members, debuted its 20 Under 40" campaign in 2018 to highlight young physicians excelling in the field.
  9. Rothman Orthopaedics relocates New Jersey office to larger facility

    Philadelphia-based Rothman Orthopaedic Institute relocated an office to a larger space in Hamilton, N.J., according to a Feb. 3 announcement.

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