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Orthopedic Trauma Service

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Patients with complex orthopedic trauma come to HSS from throughout the region and beyond.

The Orthopedic Trauma Service at HSS is a world-renowned facility. The OTS works in collaboration with the NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center providing orthopedic emergency care. We treat all fractures including the upper extremity and lower extremity, pelvis, acetabulum and other bones and joints, isolated fractures/dislocations, and polytrauma. Additionally, we treat nonunions and malunions including cases requiring deformity correction.

Meet the Team

Image - Photo of William M. Ricci, MD
William M. Ricci, MD
Trauma

William M. Ricci, MD
Trauma
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Steve B. Behrens, MD
Foot and Ankle, Trauma, Sports Medicine

Steve B. Behrens, MD
Foot and Ankle, Trauma, Sports Medicine
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Foot and Ankle, Trauma, Sports Medicine

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Gregory S. DiFelice, MD
Sports Medicine, Trauma

Gregory S. DiFelice, MD
Sports Medicine, Trauma
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Sports Medicine, Trauma

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Image - Photo of Daniel Dziadosz, MD
Daniel Dziadosz, MD
Trauma

Daniel Dziadosz, MD
Trauma
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Image - Photo of Andrew Grose, MD, MSc
Andrew Grose, MD, MSc
Trauma, Hip and Knee Replacement

Andrew Grose, MD, MSc
Trauma, Hip and Knee Replacement
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Trauma, Hip and Knee Replacement

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Derek Gartland Hansen, MD
Orthopedic Oncology, Trauma, Metabolic Bone

Derek Gartland Hansen, MD
Orthopedic Oncology, Trauma, Metabolic Bone
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Orthopedic Oncology, Trauma, Metabolic Bone

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David L. Helfet, MD
Trauma, Hip Preservation

David L. Helfet, MD
Trauma, Hip Preservation
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Trauma, Hip Preservation

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Joseph M. Lane, MD
Metabolic Bone, Trauma

Joseph M. Lane, MD
Metabolic Bone, Trauma
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Metabolic Bone, Trauma

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John P. Lyden, MD
Trauma

John P. Lyden, MD
Trauma
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Nicholas Sama, MD
Trauma

Nicholas Sama, MD
Trauma
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Image - Photo of Ameya V. Save, MD
Ameya V. Save, MD
Hand and Upper Extremity, Trauma

Ameya V. Save, MD
Hand and Upper Extremity, Trauma
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Hand and Upper Extremity, Trauma

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Image - Photo of William W. Schairer, MD
William W. Schairer, MD
Sports Medicine, Trauma

William W. Schairer, MD
Sports Medicine, Trauma
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Sports Medicine, Trauma

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How to Visit the Orthopedic Trauma Service

There are several ways to visit the Orthopedic Trauma Service:

  • Appointments can be scheduled over the phone through each HSS physician office. You may also schedule an appointment online.
  • Patients can arrive through the Emergency Room NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital (NYPH).
  • A third option for patients coming to the OTS is through a hospital-to-hospital transfer. Once a patient has been accepted by the Hospital for Special Surgery OTS, a nurse coordinator will handle the transfer and all logistical issues.
  • Patients traveling to HSS can find informative resources about accommodations, parking and transportation.
  • Patients coming to HSS from overseas can contact The International Center for assistance and for any special needs that may be required.

Patient Case Studies

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Fellowship

The Orthopaedic Trauma Service offers several ACGME accredited Orthopaedic Trauma Fellowship positions. Eligible candidates must have completed an accredited orthopaedic residency program and meet the necessary requirements for obtaining a New York State medical license. The fellowship is offered through the Fellowship Match for Orthopaedic Trauma as structured by the Orthopaedic Trauma Association.

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