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University Hospitals Orthopedic Injury Clinic Opens in Ashland

Patients are able to fast-track care without multiple appointments or a more expensive trip to the ER.

UH Amherst Health Center Expands Services in Lorain County with Opening of New Medical Office Building

Families can access wide range of primary and specialty care physicians, including world class orthopedic care

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University Hospitals Opens Health Campus in Amherst

The new University Hospitals Amherst Beaver Creek Surgery Center is now open to better serve residents in Lorain County, and provide state-of-the-art medical and surgical specialty services and other ancillary services in a convenient location.

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James Voos, MD, Chair of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at UH and Head Team Physician for the Cleveland Browns, Elected NFL Physicians Society President

Dr. Voos will commit two-year tenure to the delivery of state-of-the-art care to athletes through standardized emergency action plans, enhanced use of technology and cutting-edge medical treatments.

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UH Chair of Orthopedics and Browns Head Team Physician Receives NFLPS Top Research Award

James Voos, MD, recognized for academic excellence in research in advancing the health and safety of players in the NFL.

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James Voos, MD, Elected Vice President of NFL Physicians Society

University Hospitals' Chair of Orthopedic Surgery will serve as NFLPS President in 2024.

University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center Partners with Cleveland Browns DE Myles Garrett as Browns Ambassador to UH

All-Pro defensive end has demonstrated his passion for children through his many visits to UH Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital.

ValueHealth and UH Announce Development of High-value, State-of-the-art Lorain Surgery Center

New joint venture will focus on orthopedic surgical procedures delivered using consumer-based models, with the capacity for 800 total joint cases per year.

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