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NEW YORK, April 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Hospital for Special Surgery has received, for the second consecutive year, the 2013 "Gallup Great Workplace Award" and is the only hospital in the Northeast to achieve this recognition.
com, announced today that Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) has selected Accelarad's medical imaging solution to improve medical image sharing and care coordination with referring physicians anywhere in the world.
Hospital for Special Surgery has purchased a development site on Manhattan's Upper East Side.
As chief of Ultrasound and Body CT at the Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan, professor of Radiology at Cornell University Ronald Adler, MD, PhD, uses ultrasound guided injections of medication into the affected area, giving patients immediate and often lasting relief from Haglund's syndrome.
Jonathan Deland, chief of foot and ankle services at the Hospital for Special Surgery, and Dr.
Charles Goodwin, an orthopedic surgeon at New York's Hospital for Special Surgery.
Salmon of Cornell University's Hospital for Special Surgery in New York and her coworkers have found a gene that heightens the risk of lupus-related complications, such as kidney disease.
Director of the Sportsmedicine Performance and Research Center in the Manhattan-based Hospital for Special Surgery, Balsey provides physical therapy and training for dozens of persons with amputations who want to be athletes.