Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is a government organization who is responsible for the coverage of millions Americans. They also rate medical groups and hospitals to ensure the best quality for patients across the United States. The OSS Orthopaedic Hospital received a 5 star rating – we are 1 of 102 hospitals in the U.S. to receive this rating, and only 1 of 4 in all of Pennsylvania!
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We would like to wish Dr. Furman congratulations for being awarded the 2018 PASSOR (Physiatric Association of Spine, Sports, and Occupational Rehabilitation) Award! Recipients of this award are mid-career (or later) doctors who have distinguished themselves in the field of musculoskeletal physiatry. Additionally, they have attained excellence in three of four areas: clinical care, education, service, or scholarship. Continue reading
Congratulations OSS Health for being voted Best in York County for Specialized Medical Services again in 2018!
Thank you, York County, for your votes! We were among many qualified finalists and it is quite an honor to receive this award again. And thank you, OSS Health team, for all you do for our patients in order to win this award for the eighth year in a row! Continue reading
The OSS Orthopaedic Hospital is honored to be the 2018 winner of the HAP Achievement Award for “Excellence in Care”. This award was given for not only the hospital’s commitment to patient care but to its commitment to battling a national epidemic – the opioid crisis.
OSS Health is proud to announce that we’ve won the Physician Hospitals of America’s (PHA) 2017 Physician Hospital of the Year Award. This award is truly special to our team as it is presented to us by our own peers. PHA is made up of about 180 physician-owned hospitals and to be recognized by their group for our efforts is an incredibly high honor.
This article originally appeared in the York Road Runners Fall Newsletter.
The change in weather each fall is a great time to transition to outdoor activity or begin physical exercise. Exercise has many health benefits, but it can also improve your overall mood by releasing neurotransmitters called endorphins. Running is a great way of achieving this. However, there are some general precautions you should consider prior to starting an exercise program.
September is blood cancer awareness month, and in support of the cause, OSS Health is participating in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Walk on Friday, September 29, 2017 at John Wright Restaurant in Wrightsville, PA. All funds raised at the Light the Night Walk are used to find the cure for blood cancer.