Orthopaedics Department at Highland Hospital
The Orthopaedics Department at Highland Hospital is a regional and national center of excellence, and is affiliated with the Orthopaedics Department at the University of Rochester Medical Center, one of the top-five NIH funded orthopaedic research organizations in the U.S.
The Orthopaedics Center
The Orthopaedics Center is the entryway for most non-emergency orthopaedic care at Highland, and is conveniently located near the lobby of the Hospital. We offer comprehensive state-of-the-art surgical and non-surgical treatments for most musculoskeletal conditions including injuries to cartilage and ligaments, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis, congenital abnormalities, and bone cancer. We have a radiology department on-site for added convenience, and we can provide referrals for physical and occupational therapy services. For an appointment, call (585) 275-5321.
Once a week, we offer the Orthopaedic Resident Clinic for the uninsured and underserved. For more information about the Clinic, call (585) 341-6861.
Evarts Joint Center
The Evarts Joint Center is the regions’ premier center for joint replacement surgery of the upper and lower extremeties. its the only center in the region that offers comprehensive orthopaedic services that include arthroscopy and osteotomy for joint related problems in the hip and knee. Our surgeons are highly-trained specialists and have performed thousands joint replacement procedures. Evarts earned the Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission, and our quality ratings are among the highest in the nation. To learn more, visit the Evarts Joint Center website.
Geriatric Fracture Center
The Geriatric Fracture Center at Highland Hospital is the first facility of its kind dedicated exclusively to the care of elderly patients with bone fractures. Our geriatricians and orthopaedic surgeons work together to co-manage the complex medical needs of elderly patients. We’re pioneering total quality management for geriatric fracture patient care, developing a national teaching program to share our knowledge and methodology, and raising the standard of care for elderly fracture patients around the world. To learn more, visit the Geriatric Fracture Center web pages.
The Highlands at Pittsford has an Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Unit specially designed by Highland Hospital to meet the needs of patients recovering from orthopaedic surgery. For more information, call (585) 383-1700, ext. 249, or visit the Highlands at Pittsford website.