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The Orthopedic Surgery Department at Good Samaritan is composed of board certified orthopedic surgeons and their staff members. A full complement of orthopedic subspecialties are represented, with expertise in the treatment of trauma, total joint replacement, sports medicine, hand surgery and spinal surgery. The orthopedic service is an integral part of the multi-disciplined trauma team for the treatment of multiple trauma, for both adults and children.

Orthopedic Procedures

The Ambulatory Surgical Unit allows the orthopedic staff the ability to perform multiple types of arthroscopy (a minimally invasive procedure used to visualize, diagnose and treat some types of joint problems) and other extremity procedures, including a large number of shoulder and knee arthroscopy procedures on an outpatient basis. Approximately 1,600 orthopaedic procedures are performed annually at Good Samaritan. Advanced equipment and instrumentation are available for the treatment of fractures, joint replacements and arthroscopy procedures for sports-related injuries and ligament reconstructions.

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Verified Level II Trauma Center for Adults and Pediatrics

Designated as Level-II, the Trauma Center at Good Samaritan is one of only two hospitals in Suffolk County with ACS verification to treat both adults and children. With an Emergency Department that treats nearly 90,000 patients each year, the most of any facility in Suffolk County, this verification is a direct result of the investment and commitment the Center has made to patients on the south shore and all of Long Island.


Geriatric Fracture Program

The goal of Good Samaritan's Geriatric Fracture Program is to meet the specialized physical, clinical, emotional and spiritual needs of elderly individuals who come through our doors. Every aspect of the Program was designed with patients and their families in mind. Physicians, nurses, physician assistants, physical and occupational therapists, care managers, social workers, and support staff are devoted to providing advanced health care in an environment of compassion.

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Rehabilitation (Physical Occupational and Speech Therapy for Adults and Children)

The Rehabilitation Department provides comprehensive inpatient and outpatient physical, occupational and speech therapy and orthotic services. The care at Good Samaritan is unique, including hands-on treatment in a one-to-one setting with a dedicated therapist.

The clinical staff includes compassionate, highly skilled, licensed therapists who receive continual education in the latest therapeutic techniques.

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