Meet Our Team
Anesthesiologist - A physician who provides medical care to patients during surgical procedures by ensuring the delivery of anesthesia safely to patients.
Environmental Services - These staff members protect the patients by keeping the patients’ environment clean and disinfected.
Nutrition Consultant - Create programs to educate their patients on maintaining individualized, healthy lifestyles through diet and exercise.
Occupational Therapist (OT) - Guiding you in performing daily tasks with your new joint, like bathing and dressing. Often demonstrating special equipment used in your home following surgery.
OR Nurse - Specifically prepared in the scientific basis of nursing and assists doctors and surgeons in the operating room.
Orthopaedic Clinician - Helps to coordinate daily activities, a resource for patients and staff, coordinates the volunteer program and assists with community education.
Orthopaedic Program Director - Your advocate throughout the entire course of treatment - from before your surgery to after your discharge - and will be helping you create a personalized joint replacement plan. This is the person to answer your questions and coordinate each aspect of your hospital visit.
Orthopaedic Social Worker - Available to assist you and your loved ones with any concerns and assist you with your plan for services needed after your hospital stay.
Orthopaedic Surgeon - The skilled joint replacement specialist who will repair your damaged joint.
PACU Nurse - There to help you in the post anesthesia unit after you come out of the operating room.
Pharmacist - A medical professional who is qualified to prepare and dispense prescription medication.
Physical Therapist (PT) - Guiding your return to functional daily activities, training you and your coach in safe transfer techniques, and teaching exercises to aid in regaining your mobility after surgery.
Physician Assistant - Physician Assistants, also known as PAs, practice medicine under the direction of physicians and surgeons.
Pre-AN nurse - Similar to A PACU nurse, a Pre-An nurse is there to help you before your anesthesia and operation.
Registered Nurse (RN) - Your daily care coordinator, ensuring orders given by your physician are completed, including medications and monitoring your vital signs.
Tech - Assists with patient care and gathers information for the nursing staff.
Volunteers - Graduates of our joint replacement center program who donate their time to the program, staff and patients.