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Nationally recognized for superior orthopedic care
Long Island Jewish Medical Center was nationally recognized in 6 specialties on U.S. News & World Report’s 2019-20 Best Hospitals rankings—including orthopedics. We’re proud to be recognized for the exceptional care we provide every day.
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It doesn't take much to cause a sprain, injure a joint, pull a tendon, pinch a nerve or even break a bone—all things that can slow you down and prevent you from performing at your best. That's why the Department of Orthopedics at Long Island Jewish Medical Center offers expert care to help you get back into the swing of your routine. 

Our expert clinicians are part of a multidisciplinary healthcare team of high-caliber specialists. Together, they develop an individualized care plan for each patient that encompasses every stage—from diagnosis and treatment to rehabilitation, recovery and follow-up. We are also dedicated to research that transforms ideas into cutting-edge treatments for our patients, focusing on novel approaches for the repair and regeneration of the musculoskeletal system. 


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Joint Commission

Recognized for quality care

Several of our hospitals have received the prestigious Joint Commission's Disease-Specific Care Certification for healthcare quality in knee and hip replacement surgery.


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Honors & awards

Magnet status

Our hospital has received Magnet designation by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Magnet Recognition®. This prestigious designation reflects the highest standards of nursing professionalism, collaboration, teamwork and superiority in patient care delivery.


Are you or someone you love having or considering a total joint replacement? Take a pain assessment, learn what to expect before and after surgery, get answers to questions you’re afraid to ask and much more.

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