Rome Health Orthopedics & Sports Medicine is moving to the Medical Center on the main campus of the hospital effective Monday, Nov. 6, to better serve its patients.
“Our practice has been expanding with the addition of new specialists to serve our community,” said Practice Administrator Lisa Taurisano. “When we relocate to the hospital’s main campus, our patients will have convenient access to x-ray, MRI and other diagnostic imaging services all under one roof.”
Patients are advised to use the Oak Street parking lot and enter the Medical Center through the Bartlett Entrance. Offices are conveniently located immediately to the left as you enter the first set of double doors. Take the stairs or the elevator to the 2nd floor to register.
Effective Monday, Nov. 6, 2023, the following providers will begin seeing patients at the new location in the Medical Center. Kyle Angelicola-Richardson, MD, Marty Ross, MD, Ryan Thachen-Cary, MD, Max Greenky, MD, Kevin Kopko, MD, and Mitch Rubinovich, MD.
“With the new addition of Dr. Angelicola-Richardson, we now have six specialists to provide surgical and non-surgical treatment for conditions and injuries involving muscles, tendons, ligaments and bones,” Taurisano said. “We’re pleased to be able to offer sub-specialties right here in Rome.”
Dr. Angelicola-Richardson is a native Roman, who specializes in treating injuries and disorders affecting the hand and upper extremity, including the shoulder, elbow and wrist. Sports medicine specialist Dr. Ryan Thachen-Cary has expertise in sports-related concussions. The hospital also collaborated with Syracuse Orthopedics Specialists to perform hip and knee replacement surgeries at Rome Health for easier access for patients. Together with Dr. Ross and Dr. Rubinovich, the practice has significantly expanded access to orthopedic care here in Rome.
“Whether you’re a star athlete or a casual golfer, we understand your sense of urgency to get back into the action. Our goal is to help you regain your function and mobility while alleviating pain so you can enjoy the things you love to do,” Taurisano said.
Rome Health Orthopedics & Sports Medicine is accepting new patients. Appointments may be made by calling 315.338.9200.