The Philadelphia Hand Center Adds Full-Service Location in Rockledge, Pa.

This new office offers on site state-of-the-art radiology and therapy departments.

Mar 15, 2016, 17:31 ET from The Philadelphia Hand Center

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa., March 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Philadelphia Hand Center (PHC), answering strong demand for full-service offerings at each of its 17 locations, recently opened a new office in Rockledge, Pa., on March 1, 2016. The office, located at 120 Huntingdon Pike, was moved from their previous location into a new larger full-service facility, complete with on-site radiology and therapy departments that will provide patients with comprehensive diagnostic, treatment, surgical and rehabilitation services. 

"We focus on breakthroughs for our patients and believe that this move is emblematic of our vision and ambition as a leader in hand, wrist, arm, elbow, and shoulder orthopaedics. Our new location and enhanced operational efficiencies will help us continue to grow and evolve to keep pace with our patients needs, allowing us to continue to provide exceptional value and superior service along the way," says executive director Andrew B. Cooney

At the forefront of advanced diagnostics, treatment, rehabilitation and surgical techniques, PHC continually strives to perfect the partnership among medical teams and expert physician practitioners. By providing radiology and therapy services on site, PHC has streamlined the patient care process, respecting the busy lives of patients and their families by offering these services at convenient locations.

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About The Philadelphia Hand Center
Established in 1973, The Philadelphia Hand Center (PHC) offers patients one of the world's most preeminent teams of physicians specializing in orthopaedics of the hand, wrist, arm, elbow, and shoulder. With 17 state-of-the-art locations throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey, PHC is not only a group of expert physician practitioners, but also clinical and academic professors, researchers, leaders and innovators comprising over 100 healthcare professionals constantly pursuing the best techniques available for their patients. Additionally, PHC established the Hand Rehabilitation Foundation (HRF) in 1975 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation to promote research and education, and disseminate information to physicians and therapists in this specialty. Among its many educational offerings, each year, HRF hosts an annual symposium known worldwide as The Philadelphia Meeting to teach and demonstrate the most current advances in hand rehabilitation correlated with hand surgery.


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