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  • OrthoIndy Hospital


    Indiana Orthopaedic Hospital, also known as OrthoIndy Hospital, is a 37-bed acute care hospital that specializes in musculoskeletal therapy located in Indianapolis, Indiana. The hospital is Indiana's first specialty hospital with a focus on orthopedics. The hospital was founded in 2005 by OrthoIndy physicians to provide focused care on orthopedic procedures, physical therapy, and imaging services. It includes both inpatient and outpatient procedures, but does not provide emergency services. OrthoIndy Hospital is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association's Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program.

  • Leslie Bodnar


    Leslie M. Bodnar (1916 – 2014) was a sports medicine practitioner and former physician for the Notre Dame football team.

  • DePuy


    DePuy Synthes () is a franchise of orthopaedic and neurosurgery companies. Acquired by Johnson & Johnson in 1998, its companies form part of the Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices group. DePuy develops and markets products under the Codman, DePuy Mitek, DePuy Orthopaedics and DePuy Spine brands. DePuy Orthopaedics designs, manufactures, markets and distributes products for reconstructing damaged or diseased joints and for repairing and reconstructing traumatic skeletal injuries. DePuy Spine products facilitate fusion of the spine and correction of spinal deformities, preserving motion of the spine and repairing bone fractures. Codman products provide for the surgical treatment of neurological and central nervous system disorders through products such as hydrocephalic shunt valve systems, implantable drug pumps and micro-surgical instrumentations. DePuy Mitek products offer devices in sports medicine for the treatment of soft tissue injuries.

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