Ben Rosenberg to Present Free Community Program on Knee Arthritis MIDDLEBURY-- The first offering in a six part community health series sponsored by UVM Health Network/Porter Medical Center will feature Dr.
Ben Rosenberg who will present: “Advances in Knee Replacement Surgery” on Tuesday, May 15 from 4 to 5 PM at the Middlebury Regional EMS headquarters on Porter campus. Rosenberg, who has been practicing in Middlebury for 25 years, has extensive experience and expertise in the treatment of knee arthritis. Rosenberg will be discussing recent developments and improvement in knee replacement surgery and will be available for audience questions following his presentation.
“Our community and our partners at ARCH stepped up last fall in a major way, as they recognized the importance of taking Helen Porter to the next level in terms of both palliative and end-of-life facilities and a modern rehabilitation unit designed to help folks to recover and achieve the highest level of independence possible and return to their community setting.” The renovation project is slated to run for approximately five months, and Porter is planning a community celebration and open house in September.
About The University of Vermont Health Network The University of Vermont Health Network is an academic health system that is comprised of six affiliate hospitals, a multi-specialty medical group, and a home health agency.
Renee Bratspis, who recently joined the Porter Women’s Health practice where she also works in addition to her time in Brandon. Noble will initially see patients in Brandon 1-2 days per month, but that schedule may increase over time if there is additional demand for these services.
Echocardiograms and other cardiology services will be provided by Dr. “Cardiology and Prenatal Care are essential clinical services and it is our goal to ensure that our patients in Brandon and surrounding areas do not have to travel far to obtain this necessary care,” Kniffin added.
“For people whose exercise or work abilities are limited by knee arthritis, knee replacement surgery can be a game changer”, according to Dr. This event is open to the public but reservations are requested as space is limited.
Please call Nicole Webb at 388-5649 or contact her at [email protected]
Date: For More Information Contact: April 23, 2018 Ron Hallman, 388-4744 Major Renovation Project Launched at Helen Porter Rehabilitation and Nursing MIDDLEBURY-- After many months of planning, fund-raising and anticipation, a major renovation project was launched this week at Helen Porter Rehabilitation and Nursing.
This 0,000 project will result in a state-of-the-art post-acute unit for residents recovering from surgery or other conditions requiring short-term rehabilitation, and a new end-of-life suite offering a comfortable and family-centered environment for residents and their loved ones which, for the ARCH organization, represents the realization of their founding mission.