Bone & Joint Center Earns Top Honor

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Maimonides Bone & Joint Center – with two convenient locations – is the only orthopedic center in NYC to earn Healthgrades’ Orthopedic Surgery Excellence Award in 2022. We also earned a top score of Five-Stars for Hip Fracture Treatment for 4 years in a row. We offer comprehensive orthopedic and rehabilitation services in multiple state-of-the-art facilities.

Our Orthopedic team includes board-certified surgeons, physician assistants, medical assistants, nurses, pain management providers, physical and occupational therapists, social workers, and discharge planners. Our centers feature on-site diagnostic technology and expertise in the most advanced non-surgical and minimally invasive treatments for the spectrum of musculoskeletal injuries and condition – including upper and lower extremities, spine, joints, hip and knee, trauma, pediatric orthopedics and more.

For patients requiring a knee or hip replacement, Maimonides is proud to be the first hospital in Brooklyn to perform joint replacement surgery using a robotic arm-assisted system. This pioneering, minimally invasive technology supports our surgeons in doing more precise surgeries with better outcomes and improved recovery time for our patients.

Maimonides Bone & Joint Center has two practice locations – 6010 Bay Parkway and 26 Court Street in Brooklyn Heights – with a third site opening later this year in central Brooklyn.

To refer a patient or for more information call 718.283.7400 or visit

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