A totally separate hospital unit — with professional staff dedicated to only joint replacement surgery.
A Joint Care Coordinator — a person who educates you and your family, and oversees your progress from pre-op class to post-op care.
Superior credentials and experience of our surgeons — many of our surgeons specialize their practices in knee and hip replacement surgery and have documented favorable outcomes.
Our international reputation — surgeons and representatives of hospital programs come from all over the United States and around the world to learn from us.
Our volume of surgery — AAMC performs nearly 1,300 joint replacements per year. Over the past three years we have performed more joint replacements than any other hospital in Maryland.
Our Volunteers – more than 50 volunteers donate their time in the AAMC Joint Center, many of whom have experienced joint replacement surgery themselves.
Less pain after surgery — a pain management team, along with less invasive surgery and the use of new technologies, including special anesthetic techniques, to help speed healing and reduce your discomfort.
A comprehensive manual — our doctors and staff have written and published a manual used in hospitals worldwide that guides you through every step of your surgery and rehabilitation.
A consistent team approach — your surgery and recovery takes place in an upbeat atmosphere that focuses on wellness and rehabilitation. Each team member coordinates your care with you and your family.
A program constantly improved by our patients — we call you three weeks after surgery to get feedback. Your experiences help us improve our program.
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