August 1, 2018
Beacon Orthopaedics, The Christ Hospital Health Network, Drayer Physical Therapy Partner with Madeira City Schools
Five year agreement is extended, Drayer is added to expand scope of care.
Sharonville, OH – Beacon Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, The Christ Hospital Health Network, and Drayer Physical Therapy Institute have partnered with the Madeira City Schools to continue as the official Sports Medicine Providers. New to the partnership this year is Drayer Physical Therapy. Drayer will be providing the expertise of Glenna Knapp, the full-time, on-site Athletic Trainer for the high school to care for all home athletic events, as well as away football games. Glenna will also be responsible for daily practice care, injury prevention, and rehabilitation services.
Beacon Orthopaedics and The Christ Hospital will be providing access to world class Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Care. Dr. Timothy Kremchek will continue in his current role as Medical Director for Madeira. As Medical Director, he will continue to work closely with the Athletic Trainer to oversee the Sports Medicine Program. “We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Madeira City Schools,” said Dr. Kremchek, “We have a long standing relationship with the Madeira community, and bringing Drayer Physical Therapy into the agreement will continue to raise the level of care provided.”
In the event that an injury occurs, student athletes can expect to see Dr. Kremchek within 24-hours. All Madeira students, community members, and staff will have priority access to all services within Beacon Orthopaedics, Drayer Physical Physical Therapy and The Christ Hospital Health Network.
Also as a continuation of the previous agreement, The Christ Hospital Health Network will support Madeira students through their funding of the full-time nurse at the high school campus. This will aid the school district by allowing them to focus their resources in other areas of need. Assistant Superintendent, Tim Weber shared his excitement of the new partnership “We’re grateful for the tremendous support that we receive through Beacon Orthopaedics, The Christ Hospital Health Network, and Drayer Physical Therapy and are excited to continue this partnership that helps to provide these wonderful services to our students and families.”
With plans to open a physical therapy clinic in the Montgomery area this fall, adding Drayer Physical Therapy to the agreement will allow the partners to provide quality care even closer to home for the Madeira community. Regional Athletic Training Coordinator for Drayer Physical Therapy Joe Hacker said, “Drayer is proud to join in the partnership with Beacon Orthopedics and The Christ Hospital Health Network in serving the Madeira community going forth.”
The partnership continuation goes into effect immediately, with no interruption in services.
About Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine:
Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine provides medical direction and coverage for over 30 local high schools, five college athletics programs, and professional teams. With eight locations across Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and Southeastern Indiana, Beacon Orthopaedics offers instant access to comprehensive orthopedic care, including sports medicine, physical therapy, athletic training, imaging services, orthobiologics, as well as surgical procedures involving neck, spine, shoulder, elbow, hand, hip, knee, foot and ankle repair, reconstruction, and replacement. Established in 1996, Beacon Orthopaedics has helped thousands of patients overcome injuries and improve their quality of life. To learn more about the practice please visit www.BeaconOrtho.com or contact them directly 24/7 at (513) 354-3700.
About The Christ Hospital Health Network:
The Christ Hospital Health Network is an acute care hospital located in Mt. Auburn with six ambulatory centers and dozens of offices conveniently located throughout the region. The Network is supported by more than 1200 talented physicians and 5800 dedicated employees. Their mission is to improve the health of the community and to create patient value by providing exceptional outcomes, the finest experiences all in an affordable way. They have been recognized by Forbes Magazine as the 24th best large employer in the nation in their America’s 500 Best Large Employers listing and by National Consumer Research as the region’s Most Preferred Hospital for 21 consecutive years. The Network is dedicated to transforming care by delivering integrated, personalized healthcare through its comprehensive, multi-specialty physician network. The Christ Hospital is among only six percent of hospitals in the nation to be awarded Magnet recognition for nursing excellence and among the top five percent of hospitals in the country for patient satisfaction. For more than 125 years, The Christ Hospital has provided compassionate care to those it serves.
About Drayer Physical Therapy Institute:
Drayer Physical Therapy is a comprehensive outpatient orthopedic physical therapy and sports medicine practice with a network of 168 clinics in 16 states. Drayer was founded in 2002 and has grown to become a leading provider of physical therapy, athletic training and sports specific rehabilitation. With a mission to provide the most clinically superior physical therapy care humanly possible, Drayer has a deep commitment to delivering an outstanding patient experience that results in restoration of function and a return to full participation in desired activities. With a commitment to 24 hour access as well as week-end and holiday hours, the Drayer team honors its conviction to put patients first and serve the community through excellence in care. To find a Drayer location near you, visit www.Drayerpt.com
Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine: Josh Clarke | 513.655.5758 | [email protected]
The Christ Hospital Health Network: Bo McMillian |513.585.4900 |[email protected]
Drayer Physical Therapy: Gillian Kaminski | 717.220.2100 | [email protected]