We know knees and we're hip on hips
If you or a loved one is contemplating joint replacement surgery, let Covenant Health connect you to expert care and leading edge surgical treatment proven to restore movement more comfortably, quickly and completely than other joint replacement surgery programs.
Covenant Joint Centers, located at Parkwest
, Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center
, and Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System
are model programs of excellence, designed exclusively for care of the hip or knee joint replacement patient. Our teams of experienced orthopedic surgeons, nurses, clinicians, and therapists work together to stay on top of the latest technological advances and minimally invasive surgical techniques to provide better care for patients.
Our unique patient-wellness concept places great emphasis on education to prepare patients for recovery before surgery as well as strong family involvement and group support during rehabilitation. This expert team approach combined with the Covenant Joint Center's unique healing environment puts patients on the road to recovery at a faster rate and with fewer complications.
Choosing a joint replacement provider?
Ease into excellence with a Covenant Joint Center:
- Parkwest Joint Center - The Retreat
- Methodist Joint Replacement Center
- Fort Sanders Regional Joint Center
- Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System
Why I chose a Covenant Joint Center
“It’s so rewarding to see how far my mobility has come since getting my new knee. I highly recommend anyone who needs to have a total knee, do it sooner rather than later. Life is so much better when you’re in the game rather than on the sidelines. My experience at Parkwest certainly has me back in the game.”
- Tim Boyd of Lenoir City
"The pain control was good. If you pushed a button, you could count the time in seconds before someone responded. The staff at the Methodist Joint Replacement Center understand excellence."
- Pete Leitnaker of Kingston
Help is here: Covenant Health Joint Replacement Centers
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