Jacksonville orthopaedic institute and the first institute in the United States to focus on the prevention of osteoarthritis will be expanding their programs in the two cities.
The Jacksonville institute has more than 70 locations, including the hospital and four orthopedics clinics in the city and a hospital in Milwaukee.
It’s expanding its efforts to the two other cities.
Its director, Dr. Anthony L. Hensley, said the Jacksonville team will be providing support to their respective hospitals and clinics in addition to the Orthopaedics Department.
In addition to its existing presence in Jacksonville, the institute has locations in Milwaukee, St. Joseph, Sturgis, Madison, and St. Louis.
It also has an office in Milwaukee’s Midtown area.
The Jacksonville group is expected to start a new office in Madison this spring.
The institute will also expand its operations in Milwaukee and Sturgish.
It’s currently in the process of building a new hospital in the Milwaukee suburbs, which is scheduled to open in 2018.
The new facility will have two floors, one for the medical office and one for orthopedists, said Hens, who is also president of the National Orthopodic Association of America.
In Milwaukee, the Jackson-based Orthopac Institute plans to open a new outpatient office next year.
Its main clinic will be located at the Medical College of Wisconsin, which opened in 2016, said Dr. Richard L. Williams, the hospital’s vice president for medical services.
In Madison, the Orthodists’ Institute will expand its outpatient surgery department.
It is currently a full-time position, with an average salary of $130,000, Williams said.
It will hire a full time Orthodist assistant for the position, and the team will also be expanding its services to other medical fields.
In St. Paul, the Wisconsin Orthopedics Institute plans a full office expansion to add an orthopedist assistant and a medical center to its outpatient department, said John E. Dolan, the university’s president.
The hospital is currently one of the largest in the state with more than 50,000 patients, according to the St. John Ambulatory Care Center.
The new hospital is expected be finished in 2019, Dolan said.