With a shared commitment to providing high-quality patient care, Hunterdon Healthcare and MidJersey Orthopaedics have formed a new partnership to deliver seamless, coordinated care to patients suffering from joint pain. Just last week, Hunterdon Healthcare and MidJersey Orthopaedics opened a dedicated inpatient care unit to help provide state-of-the-art care for their total joint and spine patients.

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Pictured: (Center left to right) Patrick Gavin, President and CEO, Hunterdon Healthcare and Robert More, M.D., Orthopaedic Surgeon, MidJersey Orthopaedics gather with staff to cut the ribbon to officially open the Center for Bone and Joint Health unit at Hunterdon Medical Center.

As partners in the Center for Bone and Joint Health, the two organizations aim to ensure patients receive exceptional medical and surgical care tailored to their specific needs and lifestyle.

According to orthopaedic surgeon Robert More, MD, the Center for Bone and Joint Health provides a wide range of medical and surgical options for patients living with joint pain. “Our doctors and Hunterdon Healthcare share a commitment to this community and to providing personalized care that revolves around health and wellness.” Surgical options are available to patients who require them.

“Our patients do not need to travel for their care or rehabilitation,” said orthopedic surgeon Michael Pollack, MD. “These services are available in our local offices, provided by our physicians and the Hunterdon Medical Center staff — professionals our patients know and respect.”

For more information about the Hunterdon Healthcare’s Center for Bone and Joint Health, visit hunterdonhealthcare.org/service/orthopedics or call 908-237-5519.

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