Merger of two orthopedic medical center You could say “the bones” are now all set up for a fresh Orthopaedic Center in Little Rock, thursday on the framework of the building as the last steel beam was put in place. The planned 80,000-square-foot facility just off off I-630 will serve as the new and expanded Midtown clinic for Arkansas Specialty Orthopaedics (ASO) and OrthoArkansas (OA).
Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola says this is also a great addition to part of Little Rock that keeps growing in significance and power. Located among UAMS, Saint Vincent Doctors Hospital, War Memorial, and more, this addition is said by the Mayor makes this a spot rival anything many bigger towns have to offer. “This represents a simple change in the manner orthopaedic care is presented to people in Little Rock and Arkansas.
Together we are able to provide an increased level of orthopaedic and musculoskeletal treatment,” said ASO’s president, Dr. Jimmy Tucker. 22.5 million facility in Midtown will replace Arkansas Specialty Orthopaedics’ current building on South McKinley, and can serve as you of two Little Rock locations for the merged group.
In addition to doctors and personnel representing both organizations, Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola spoke at the event on the financial development of the I-630 medical corridor. “This state-of-the-art service can be an investment in Midtown. The merger of these two groups symbolizes the best of the best coming collectively,” Stodola said.
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