Renowned for our advanced surgical procedures and comprehensive approach to orthopedic treatment, St. Charles is widely regarded as having one of the top orthopedic programs in the region. For more than 110 years, orthopedic and rehabilitation services have been at the forefront of St. Charles Hospital's rich and extraordinary history.
St. Charles is the first hospital in Suffolk County (Long Island) to receive Advanced Certification for Hip and Knee Replacement from the Joint Commission. In addition, St. Charles Hospital has been ranked among the best in the region for orthopedics by U.S. News & World Report. (2013-2014 and 2014-2015)
St. Charles is committed to utilizing the most advanced surgical techniques and is known to offer state-of-the-art surgeries including:
- The first hospital in Suffolk County to perform gender specific total knee replacement surgery
- The first hospital on Long Island to offer MAKOplasty® partial knee resurfacing utilizing RIO®, a highly advanced, surgeon-controlled robotic arm system
- The first hospital in the northeast for perform computer-navigated total knee replacement
- Among the first hospitals in the United States to perform a reverse ball and socket total shoulder replacement
Orthopedic surgeons at St. Charles are among the very best on Long Island and hold an outstanding record of safety and success. They are fellowship trained in many sub-speciality areas of orthopedics, including adult and pediatric orthopedic surgery, joint replacement, sports medicine, foot and ankle surgery, hand, upper extremity and microsurgery, spine surgery, and neurosurgery.
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For more information about orthopedics at St. Charles Hospital, please call (631) 474-6797.
St. Charles Becomes First in Suffolk County (Long Island) Awarded Advanced Certification for Hip and Knee Replacement Programs from The Joint Commission
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