Dr. Jeffrey Malumed: Getting rid of knee pain
Originally aired on CBS-Philly:
You know the feeling. You climb out of bed and your knees are stiff. You take a walk, or try to exercise and the pain sets in. Even when it rains– you know — by that ache. Here to talk about getting rid of that knee pain for good– is Dr. Jeffrey Malumed of Crozer Keystone Health System.
Originally aired on CBS-Philly:
You know the feeling. You climb out of bed and your knees are stiff....
Premier joins forces with Crozer-Keystone
Premier Orthopaedics, the largest Orthopaedics practice in Delaware County, has joined forces with Crozer-Keystone—the region’s largest health system. The result is an unprecedented spectrum of musculoskeletal specialties and unequaled access to care. Crozer-Keystone Health System comprises five hospitals, a comprehensive physician network of primary care and specialty practices, and the Healthplex® Sports Club. These facilities house a Level 2 trauma center, a regional burn center, two regional cancer centers, a fertility center, three sleep disorders centers, and a U.S. Olympic Committee designated sports science and technology center. In 1996, the Springfield Hospital location expanded with the addition of the Healthplex Campus, a comprehensive health, wellness, and fitness facility. With more than 1,100 physicians and 6,800 total employees, Crozer-Keystone is the largest employer in Delaware County. The health system became one of only six health care organizations in the nation to be honored with a VHA Leadership Award, which the health system earned for its Evidence-Based Medicine Program. In addition, Crozer-Chester Medical Center, Delaware County Memorial Hospital and Taylor Hospital are certified by The Joint Commission in hip and knee replacement surgery.
Premier Orthopaedics, the largest Orthopaedics practice in Delaware...
Premier named founding partner of Philadelphia union
In October Premier, along with Crozer-Keystone Health System signed a 10 year contract with Keystone Sports and Entertainment as the founding partner of Philadelphia’s First Major League Soccer Team. The agreement lists Premier as the team’s sole-healthcare partner making Premier the official team doctors along with being the sole provider of Physical Therapy. In addition, Premier will receive fixed and digital signage around the stadium and signage during ground-breaking and building. The owner of the Major League Soccer expansion franchise slated to begin play in 2010, held a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of construction for its $115 million, 18,500 seat stadium in Chester, Pa. The new structure will also have a waterfront park and plaza used not only for stadium entry, but also for city sponsored events such as festivals. The new stadium is the centerpiece of a $500 million entertainment, retail, residential and commercial development covering more than 100 acres along the historic Delaware River waterfront. Dr. Charles Hummer III and Dr. Jim McGlynn will be the official team physicians. Dr Hummer says, “While I am excited about being one of the team physicians, I am also excited about this great opportunity to be a part of a project that will have a positive effect on local community development.”
In October Premier, along with Crozer-Keystone Health System signed a...