Casa Colina recognized for joint replacement program

Casa Colina Hospital has received a five-star rating in the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Overall Hospital Quality Star Ratings for 2020. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger

On Tuesday, Casa Colina Hospital announced that it was recently recognized by Healthgrades as one of the nation’s “100 best hospitals for joint replacement for 2022.” It was the third successive year the hospital has received the annual designation.

In 2017, Casa Colina launched its revive joint replacement program which quickly became nationally recognized. The program’s orthopedic surgeons use robotic-assisted technology that not only minimizes pain and accelerates recovery, but also leads to better patient recovery outcomes, a news release read.

In addition to its excellence award, Casa Colina’s program earned two other distinctions from Healthgrades including five-star recipient awards for total hip replacement (2021-2022) and for total knee replacement (2019-2022). The awards place Casa Colina in the top five percent nationally among hospital surveyed for joint replacement services.

“Our Revive Program offers world-class joint replacement services where patients get specialized, tailored care from start to finish,” Felice Loverso, Ph.D., Casa Colina President and CEO said in a statement. “Thanks to our excellent clinical outcomes and the unrivaled dedication of our surgeons, therapists, and nurses, it’s no surprise to me that Revive has again been recognized as a top joint replacement program nationally.”

As part of its scoring methodology, Healthgrades analyzes patient outcome data on more than 45 million Medicare medical claims within the most recent three-year time period, available for nearly 4,500 hospitals nationwide.

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