MEMORIAL HOSPITAL - CARTHAGE IL: Unitypoint Health - Memorial Hospital Announces New Orthopedic Surgeon/Clinic Care
Memorial Hospital - Carthage IL issued the following announcement on May 10.
UnityPoint Health - Memorial Hospital (UPH-MH) CEO Ada Bair and the Board of Directors are pleased to announce that orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Drake B. White, will start providing monthly clinic and surgical services in Carthage. Dr. White will begin seeing patients at the Memorial Medical Clinic Carthage on Monday, May 13th.
UPH-MH CEO Ada Bair stated, “We’re dedicated to delivering quality healthcare, close to home. I am thrilled to have orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Drake White join our team of specialty providers. Continuing to add additional healthcare services for our rural community has been one of our strategic goals. With Dr. White providing services, we are able to offer orthopedic care right here in Carthage.”
With more than 30 years of experience, Dr. White is board certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery (Diplomate). He received his Medical Degree from the University of Minnesota in 1989. He did his residency at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI in 1995. Dr. White is involved with organizations such as Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, and Medical School Honor Society. Dr. White specializes in orthopedic care including fractures, dislocations, sprains, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and much more.
"I am thankful to UnityPoint Health-Memorial Hospital for the opportunity to directly serve the orthopedic needs of the people in Hancock County and the surrounding communities. I look forward to seeing patients at Memorial Medical Clinic Carthage as well as doing outpatient and inpatient bone and joint surgery at UnityPoint Health - Memorial Hospital for those individuals who choose to receive their orthopedic care locally."
To make an appointment with Dr. Drake White, please call 309-833-3800. Dr. White will begin seeing patients in his clinic at Memorial Medical Clinic Carthage on Monday, May 13.
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Source: Memorial Hospital - Carthage IL