BRADENTON – Coastal Orthopedics Physician, Dr. Arthur Valadie, was named among the top physician leaders in the Ambulatory Surgical Centers Industry in Becker’s ASC Review in 100 ASC Industry Physician Leaders to Know.
“I am pleased and honored to receive this award. We are fortunate to have a team that is focused on high quality delivery of care in the ambulatory surgical setting,” Dr. Arthur Valadie said. “We believe that surgical centers are poised to play an increasing role in the delivery of efficient, high-value services in the changing world of health care, and I am pleased to be recognized for my role.”
Recently, Dr. Valadie was also named to Castle Connolly’s list of 2014’s Top Doctors for Orthopedic Surgery for the second year in a row. He specializes in sports medicine, arthroscopy, knee and shoulder reconstruction. Valadie is one of the sports medicine physicians to the Pittsburgh Pirates, U.S. Soccer Team, IMG Academy, and State College of Florida.
The article in Becker’s ASC Review highlighted Dr. Valadie’s work as “the leader of ASC Management-affiliated Pointe West Surgery Center and East Surgery Center, both in Bradenton, Fla. Dr. Valadie, a board-certified orthopedic surgeon, also serves as the president of Coastal Orthopedics.”
Becker's ASC Review is a leading source for information about the outpatient surgery industry, covering general business, legal and clinical assistance to analysis and insight for medical specialties. The publication reaches more than 25,000 influential ASC leaders.
Coastal Orthopedics has been serving the Sarasota-Bradenton area for over forty years. In addition to three offices and two surgery centers each servicing Florida’s West Coast, Coastal Orthopedics’ staff of 17 board-certified and fellowship-trained physicians and surgeons provide patients with the very latest in pain and orthopedic treatment technology. The company strives to repair and heal injuries relating to the entire musculoskeletal system.
With a highly skilled staff of physicians and surgeons ranging in specialty care in sports medicine, joint replacement, pain management and rehabilitation, patients can be treated though surgery as well as non-surgical restoration of function and activity through non-surgical, physician-guided strengthening, therapy, medications, injections, and stretching. For more information visit www.coastalorthopedics.com.
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