Orthopaedic Sports Health Clinic of Salina (OSHC) and Salina Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Clinic (SSMOC) announced today that the two orthopaedic practices will merge, effective Jan 1, 2017, and will operate under the Orthopaedic Sports Health Clinic name. Orthopaedic Sports Health Clinic Drs. Michael Johnson, Todd Herrenbruck, Bradley Daily, Byron Grauerholz and physician assistant, Lindsy Newton are excited for the addition of Salina Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Clinic Dr. Gary Harbin.
Dr. Harbin, ABOS Board Certified, has practiced in Salina for 37 years and brings with him two experienced physician assistants; Jeffery Mincks and Amber Radcliffe-Sawyers. Dr. Harbin currently serves as team physician for Kansas Wesleyan University.
“We are excited to welcome Dr. Harbin and his staff to our practice,” “Their exceptional reputation, years of experience, and surgical skills in orthopedics and sports medicine align with our mission to provide excellent orthopedic care to our patients and the communities we serve.”
Orthopaedic Sports Health Clinic Practice Administrator Kallie Burgardt stated “Our practices came together because we shared a single vision: to positively impact the future of orthopaedic care in Salina.” “As a private practice, we will continue to operate with a deeply personal level of care to our current and new patients. As we move forward we will continue to keep compassion and quality at our forefront.”
Orthopaedic Sports Health Clinic is a private practice of which will now staff 5 ABOS certified surgeons and 3 orthopedic mid-level providers specializing in orthopedic surgery since 1973. With Satellite offices in Abilene, McPherson, Ellsworth, Concordia and Beloit we are committed to providing patients throughout Kansas with convenient access to an exceptional patient care experience. All patients of SSMOC will now be seen at the OSHC Location at: 520 S. Santa Fe, Ste 400 beginning January 1, 2017.