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US-based Gardner Orthopedics ties up with Shalby Advanced Technologies

The collaboration will lead to reproducible high-quality and improved outcomes in our joint replacement patient population in the US and India

Gardner Orthopedics, a recognised figure in orthopaedic treatment and surgery located in Fort Myers, Florida, and Shalby Advanced Technologies, a division of Shalby Hospitals, headquartered in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, announced an Indo-US collaboration to form Advanced Orthopedic Centres of Excellence at 11 multispecialty Shalby Hospitals in India and form Shalby Orthopedic Centres of Excellence in Fort Myers, Florida, and across India.

Dr Ron Gardner of Gardner Orthopedics made the announcement at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) Annual Meeting in Chicago, Ill., a gathering of surgeons and health professionals championing advances in musculoskeletal care.

“This collaboration will lead to reproducible high-quality and improved outcomes in our joint replacement patient population in the US and India through the exchange of orthopaedic research and technology,” said Dr Ronald Gardner, CEO, Gardner Orthopedics.

The joint initiative includes:

  • Conducting educational seminars for medical and engineering professionals to advance knowledge transfer between India and US.
  • Developing short-term travelling fellowships between the two countries for direct experience participating in actual healthcare delivery systems.
  • Pioneering new learnings and training tools to improve the technical aspects of advanced orthopaedic surgery.
  • Collecting valuable patient data from these high-volume surgery centres in both countries to help improve outcomes.

“Shalby Multispecialty Hospital is one of the leading orthopaedic centres of India and the largest joint replacement centre in the world, and we value the partnership with Gardner Orthopedics to mutually advance joint replacement surgery, education, research and technology,” said Dr Vikram Shah, CMD, Shalby, the parent company of Shalby Advanced Technologies.

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