November 1, 2023
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Nov. 1, 2023
VP of Marketing
MASON – Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine and the Mason City School District have teamed up to improve access to quality care for the entire community by launching a second Beacon location in Mason. The difference is that this unique clinic is housed on the campus of Mason High School.
Located at 4859 Nixon Park Drive, the clinic has on-site imaging services (x-ray) and procedure capability. Same-day, next-day, and urgent care walk-in appointments are also available.
The groundbreaking resource will be available not only to Mason High athletes and students but also to the public and community-at-large. The new clinic is less than two miles north of Beacon’s existing Mason clinic at 7423 Mason Montgomery Rd.
Two Beacon physicians already have close connections to the Mason schools. Dr. Andrew Razzano, DO, serves as the school’s medical director. Dr. Ian Rodway, MD, is a graduate of Mason High School, and his son is a section leader in the marching band. Both physicians live in Mason and will see and treat patients at the new clinic.
“There will be nothing like this clinic in the country,” Dr. Razzano said. “I’ve cared for Mason school athletes for the last five years. I also chose to live in Mason, and I believe in serving the community where you live. The clinic is a huge opportunity to increase and improve the care of the entire community.”
“The clinic will offer unparalleled value and access to quality healthcare in the Mason area,” Dr. Rodway said.
“With our unique location on the campus at Mason High School, this clinic is certainly not typical,” Rodway continued. “We take care of most of the major schools in the area, and this new clinic once again shows Beacon’s commitment and dedication to the health and performance of high school athletes.”
The Mason High School Stadium Complex includes an orthopaedic surgeon’s office with on-site physical therapy services. A strength and conditioning coach and three athletic trainers will also be housed there to care for the athletes.
“Having Dr. Razzano, Dr. Rodway and all that Beacon has to offer right here and fully accessible to our teams and athletes will make us an elite campus,” said Mason High School Varsity Football Coach Brian Castner. “We’ve never had alignment with a medical provider like this before. This is a boost to our entire athletic program.”
“We have big dreams in Mason City Schools for being a beacon of wellness for our students and their families,” added Mason City Schools Superintendent Dr. Jonathan Cooper. “Our powerful partnership with Beacon/TriHealth is a critical step in our long-term plan to be the community where the healthiest, happiest kids in the country live, learn, and play.”
Established in 1996, Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine has helped thousands of patients overcome injuries and improve their quality of life. Beacon Orthopaedics provides medical direction and coverage for over 35 local high schools, five college athletics programs, and professional teams including the Cincinnati Reds. With over 20 locations across Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and Southeastern Indiana, Beacon offers instant access to comprehensive orthopaedic care, including sports medicine, physical therapy, athletic training, imaging services, regenerative medicine, as well as surgical procedures involving neck, spine, shoulder, elbow, hand, hip, knee, foot and ankle repair, reconstruction, and replacement.