Coordinated Health Expands Orthopedic Services to Susquehanna County
Coordinated Health, now part of Lehigh Valley Health Network, has entered into an agreement with Endless Mountain Health System (EMHS) of Montrose, Pa., to serve the orthopedic needs of the residents of the Susquehanna County area.
“We were approached by the leadership of EMHS following the retirement of their orthopedic surgeon,” says Amy Nyberg, MBA, President, Coordinated Health. “We are pleased to offer our expertise in orthopedics to patients in the Montrose community. This expansion helps us fulfill our mission to heal, comfort and care for the people of our community by providing orthopedic care to this region.”
Under the terms of the agreement, six orthopedic specialists from Coordinated Health Scranton Orthopedics will share duties at EMHS in addition to their regular workloads. EMHS is located about 40 miles north of Dickson City and less than 20 miles south of the New York state border.
Coordinated Health Orthopedics–Montrose is located at 100 Hospital Drive, Montrose, Pa., offering treatment for injuries and diseases affecting the joints, tendons, ligaments, bones or muscles of the:
Hand or wrist
Foot or ankle
The specialists include:
EMHS is a licensed 25-bed acute care hospital with a short procedure unit, emergency services and various ancillary services. EMHS averages 1,000 admissions, 42,200 office visits and 7,500 emergencies annually.
To schedule an appointment, call 570-307-1767 or visit LVHN.org/Montrose.
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