OrthoSports Center

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The OrthoSports Center is a 6-story, 155,000-square foot facility at St Vincent's Birmingham which houses the Andrews Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center founded by James Andrews as well as Champion Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation, the Seale Harris Clinic, OrthoSports Imaging and other related offices.

The $36 million building, originally referred to as a "Musculoskelatal Institute", was constructed by Brasfield & Gorrie. It was dedicated on October 8, 2008. It includes 12 surgical suites and extensive rehabilitation facilities.

References

  • DeButts, Jimmy (November 28, 2007) "Renowned surgeon Andrews celebrates progress on new orthopedic clinic." Birmingham Business Journal
  • DeButts, Jimmy (September 1, 2008) "Seale Harris Clinic leaves Trinity for St. Vincent's." Birmingham Business Journal
  • DeButts, Jimmy (October 8, 2008) "St. Vincent's opens $36M orthopedic center." Birmingham Business Journal

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