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New Orthopedic Practice Performs First Cases at Windham Hospital

November 22, 2016

Windham Hospital’s plans for increasing orthopedic surgery options for patients took a big step forward on Nov. 8 as surgeon Kevin Reagan, MD, from the Center for Bone and Joint Care Orthopedic Associates of Windham County performed his first procedures at the hospital.

Dr. Reagan and surgeons Biren Chokshi, MD, Daniel George, MD, Scott Green, DO, from the practice joined the Windham medical staff last month. They’ll begin offering MAKOplasty robotic hip replacement and knee resurfacing in early 2017 at the hospital. 

“Adding these gifted surgeons to our orthopedic surgery team is great news for patients. It will mean more access to surgery close to home and also will bring state-of-the-art robotic technology to our community,” said East Region President Bimal Patel. “I’m proud to welcome them to our medical staff.”

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(Pictured) Surgeon Kevin Reagan, MD, from the Center for Bone and Joint Care Orthopedic Associates of Windham County chats with Surgical Services Nurse Manager Corinna Quimby moments after completing his first case in the Windham OR on Nov. 8. Dr. Reagan and surgeons Biren Chokshi, MD, Daniel George, MD, Scott Green, DO, from the practice joined the Windham medical staff last month. They’ll begin offering MAKOplasty robotic hip replacement and knee resurfacing in early 2017 at the hospital.