Reid Health expands Bone and Joint Center
RICHMOND, Ind. — Reid Health has changed the name of its orthopedics care center to reflect its diverse offerings.
The practice off U.S. 27 north of the Interstate 70 interchange is now the Reid Health Comprehensive Bone and Joint Center, according to a release. It now has more than 20 providers for a variety of needs.
“In the past, we were just an orthopedic center, so we had some of the services we needed to take care of everything inside of musculoskeletal health, but we needed space to grow and to add new kinds of practitioners,” said orthopedic surgeon Joel McClurg.
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“We can see more patients with the new space and new providers, but we also tried to set it up so it’s an easier flow for the patient. They can come in, get the treatment they need, and get out faster. It’s taking better care of the patient more efficiently and having better outcomes in the end, which is really what it’s all about.”
The building at 1400 Highland Road was renovated to provide space for practices that have relocated to the facility. Services now offered at the location are:
Reid’s Ortho Walk-in NOW clinic;
Sports medicine/active lifestyle;
Reid Health perioperative clinic; and
Athletic training clinic.
“We want our patients to know they are our No. 1 priority,” said Monica Schlichter, Musculoskeletal Service Line director for Reid Health. “We not only want them to get the best care, but we also want to make it easy. With our comprehensive approach, they can see many different specialties all in one place.”
Reid honors top practices
Reid Neurology Associates and Reid Pediatric and Internal Medicine were honored as the Reid Health Physicians Association Practices of the Year during a dinner at Forest Hills Country Club, according to a news release.
The RHPA network in 12 years has grown to include more than 50 primary and specialty care practices with some 260 providers and more than 900 total employees. This is the first time practices have been honored.
“Our teams provide high-quality, patient-centric care,” said Rohit Bawa, chair of the RHPA Network operations council. “We felt it was important to recognize their tremendous work by determining both Primary Care and Specialty Care Practices of the Year.”
Reid Neurology Associates received the top scores among specialty care practices in both patient experience and financial performance to become the specialty care winner.
Reid Pediatric and Internal Medicine led primary care practices overall, while Reid Health Primary and Specialty Care — Hagerstown scored the highest for patient experience, Reid Internal Medicine was best in the quality metrics and Randolph Medical Center along with Family and Occupational Medicine of Lynn received the top marks in financial performance.
Forbes honors Reid
Business news outlet Forbes has honored Reid Health as one of the nation’s top midsize employers, according to a news release.
Reid was among 1,000 organizations selected one of America’s Best Employers for 2022 in the large and midsize categories based on anonymous employee surveys.
This article originally appeared on Richmond Palladium-Item: Reid Health expands Bone and Joint Center