From diagnosis to rehabilitation, Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel is committed to providing the full spectrum of musculoskeletal care. Our comprehensive orthopedics and sports medicine services include the latest in diagnostic imaging technology, inpatient rehabilitation, a state-of-the-art outpatient rehabilitation program, non-invasive surgical options and a comprehensive pre-surgery education program.
Surgery is the last line of treatment; however, depending on the diagnosis and severity of the condition, surgical intervention may be recommended. Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel’s board-certified and board-eligible orthopedic surgeons are equipped with the latest diagnostic imaging and surgical technology to make sure that you receive the care you need to get back to the things you enjoy most.
Center of Excellence for Hip and Knee Replacements
Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel is proud to be a destination hospital for hip and knee replacements, providing high-quality compassionate care equipped with the latest technology in a healing environment. Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel is the first hospital in the country to be named a Center of Excellence for Hip and Knee Replacements by DNV GL Healthcare USA, Inc. The certification is designed to recognize excellence in orthopedic surgery within the scope of Hip and Knee Replacements and related procedures.
Research proves that there is a direct correlation between patient education and positive surgical outcomes. In collaboration with a highly experienced team of physicians, nurses and physical therapists, Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel has developed a comprehensive pre-surgery education program to make sure that you and your family are well informed about the entire process, from pre-admission testing to what it will be like when you return home.
Rehabilitation and Recovery
Many musculoskeletal injuries or conditions can be managed or treated with therapy. Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel is home to a state-of-the art outpatient rehabilitation facility offering a full range of rehabilitation services including occupational therapy, physical therapy and spine therapy. Learn more about our Outpatient Rehabilitation.
If surgery is necessary, our inpatient rehabilitation team of highly experienced therapists are there at your bedside to help you get back on your feet. And, a transition program is available for therapy patients who want to join the onsite, community health and wellness center.
Sports Medicine…Not Just for Athletes
For those who don’t need surgery, our sports medicine program provides preventative, non-surgical care and rehabilitation to keep you in the game. From serious athletes to the everyday individual, we focus on providing treatment for a variety of musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. People are often surprised sports medicine physicians treat non-athletic injuries and conditions like joint pain, tendonitis, bursitis, osteoarthritis, and provide injections and treatments of sprains, strains and fractures. Learn more about our sports medicine services including our sports performance lab or find a Sports Medicine physician.
We’re honored that local schools, professional sports teams and community programs throughout Tampa Bay put their trust in us. Along with serving several area high schools and youth teams, we are the official heath care provider for the Tampa Bay Lightning, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Tampa Bay Storm. We also provide athletic trainers for the Tampa Bay Storm, Florida Hospital Center Ice (opening in fall of 2016) and 15 area high schools.
The skill to heal. The spirit to care.
Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement Program
Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel is participating in the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CJR) program. The program is a new payment model being tested for episodes of care related to total knee and total hip replacements under Medicare, with the goal of supporting better and more efficient care coordination for patients undergoing the most common inpatient surgeries.
The Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement model continues to pay providers under existing payment systems, but holds hospitals responsible for the quality and costs from the initial procedure through 90 days after the patient is discharged. Through the CJR program, CMS expects improved coordination of care among hospitals, physicians and post-acute care providers – from surgery to recovery –to benefit patients and result in better outcomes and fewer complications.