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JFK MEMORIAL HOSPITAL has been ranked in the top 5% in the nation for joint replacement surgery by a new study released by HealthGrades, a leading independent healthcare ratings organization. The HealthGrades study evaluates objective patient outcomes in the nation’s 5,000 hospitals                       

In addition to ranking in the top 5% in the nation for joint surgery, JFK Memorial is also 5 star rated for total hip replacement and hip fracture repair and is a recipient of the 2015 HealthGrades Joint Replacement Excellence Award™.   JFK Memorial has been 5-star rated for total knee replacement for 11 years in a row.



JFK Memorial Hospital’s comprehensive inpatient and out-patient Orthopedic Services encompass a continuum of care for patients with orthopedic injuries or disease. From evaluation and diagnosis, to medical and surgical treatment and rehabilitation therapy, our orthopedic specialists provide advanced care. 

A Range of Sub-specialty Care   

Hand and Shoulder Surgery

Disease and injuries that restrict mobility in the hand and shoulder may require complex medical and surgical treatments designed to restore function and movement. Our orthopedic clinical team specializes in advanced medical and surgical treatments for conditions ranging from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, to Rotator Cuff injuries, to acute tendonitis and bursitis.
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Knee and Hip Joint Replacement

Emerging technology used at JFK Memorial Hospital has allowed a patient-specific approach to treatment options. With various pre-surgery tests, patients get the chance to assist in the determination of the treatment alternative that can best enhance their quality of life. We offer joint replacement with the following advances in surgical treatment:

  • uni-condylar knee resurfacing (partial)
  • hip resurfacing
  • minimally invasive arthroscopic procedures
  • gender specific replacements
Arthritis-Related Diseases

There are many types of arthritis.  Some types, like rheumatoid arthritis, almost always affects multiple joints, so it is not unusual for these types of arthritis to spread from one joint to another.  Osteoarthritis does not “spread”; however, other joints may be affected, especially if you change your gait (walking pattern) to compensate for pain and lack of motion.  Arthritis causes the muscles and tendons to become tight with inactivity, which can cause stiffness.  Physicians on staff at JFK are experienced and knowledgeable to assist our patients’ best manage their own arthritis symptoms.

Keeping You Healthy & Moving.

For a free referral to an orthopedic surgeon, please call 1-800-343-4535.