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Finger Lakes Bone & Joint Center Founder Bestowed with Highest Honor
Date:8/15/2013

Geneva, NY (PRWEB) August 15, 2013

Finger Lakes Bone & Joint Center is proud to announce Dr. Daniel Alexander has been named as the namesake for Newark-Wayne Community Hospital’s new emergency department.

Dr. Alexander played an integral role in helping the hospital achieve its campaign goal for the new state-of-the-art emergency department. As the only hospital in Wayne County, the new emergency department will address the most significant needs in the community. Dr. Alexander committed the largest gift in the history of the hospital through the Dr. Daniel Alexander Family Foundation.

The new emergency department is the centerpiece of the NWCH’s modernization project. “The emergency department is very necessary and plays a vital role,” said Alexander. “I wanted to give back to the system that has allowed me to succeed in this region.

Dr. Alexander opened the Finger Lakes Bone & Joint Center in 2006. The practice has grown into two locations in Newark and Geneva, with plans to open a third locale in Canandaigua. The center performed over 1,400 procedures last year – making him one of the most sought after orthopedic surgeons in the country.

Finger Lakes Bone and Joint Center provides comprehensive, patient-focused orthopedic care, including medical orthopedic evaluation and treatment of sports injuries, painful joints, degenerative arthritis, broken and fractured bones, and neck and back injuries. They are a leading progressive orthopedic practice using only the newest technologies and evaluations including digital x-ray technology, the most advanced x-ray system in the Finger Lakes Region.

For more information please visit their website at http://www.fingerlakesorthopedics.com.

About the company:
Finger Lakes Bone and Joint Center, is the premier orthopedic care facility throughout the Finger Lakes region of New York State. Their reputation around the area has grown into the most-respected orthopedic center in the region. For years, their neighbors in Geneva and the surrounding area have put their trust in Finger Lakes Bone and Join Center. They pledge to continue the tradition of excellent patient care by providing the latest medical technologies, education, and compassion that patients deserve and have come to expect from them. In addition, they were the first practice in the Finger Lakes to use computer-assisted total joint surgery. Other treatments include medication, physical therapy, and surgery, including arthroscopic and MIS (minimal invasive surgery).

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