Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Widens Regional Care Capabilities

Monday, August 3rd, 2020 3:23pm

By Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, news release

Beacon Ortho & Sports Medicine adds four locations and seven physicians to network in Greater Cincinnati.

(Cincinnati, Oh.) – Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine proudly announces the addition of seven local physicians and four new locations to treat patients. This experienced group of providers, formerly with OrthoCincy and Reconstructive Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, have joined with Beacon to bolster one of the region’s largest orthopedic practices. The combined practice now offers even more surgery and outpatient care options at thirteen locations throughout Southwest Ohio, Southeast Indiana and Northern Kentucky. Thirty-four doctors and more than 600 staff will now see patients through this community-wide network, under the Beacon banner.

“We’ve been steadily expanding over the last decade,” said Andy Blankemeyer, Beacon CEO. “This partnership allows us to continue that growth and provide more locations across Greater Cincinnati to bring our wide range of services even closer to where our patients live.” Beyond just a bigger footprint, Beacon can now offer its comprehensive care model with onsite imaging, surgery centers and urgent care under one roof to even more of those who need it.

“Beacon has a stellar reputation in the community. We are proud to merge with our region’s premiere orthopedic group and particularly excited to expand access for our patients across Greater Cincinnati. Ultimately, we want to make this the most effective and efficient solution for our patients as possible — providing the best care at the least cost. Beacon has really mastered that,” said Tim McConnell, MD.

This partnership allows wider access to comprehensive orthopaedic care, including orthopaedic urgent care, sports medicine, physical therapy, athletic training, imaging services, regenerative medicine and surgeries at two dedicated surgery centers (Summit Woods in Sharonville and Beacon West in Western Hills).

In addition to those comprehensive surgery and patient care locations, Beacon Orthopaedics will continue to provide medical direction and coverage for over 30 local high schools, five college athletics programs, and professional teams including the Cincinnati Reds.

“These physicians are at the top of their game. By adding talented physicians and more locations we can expand upon our core tenets of providing quality, access and value,” said Peter Cha, MD, president of Beacon.

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