Press Release

July 25, 2021
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US Orthopaedic Partners to collaborate with Andrews Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center


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U.S. Orthopaedic Partners announced a letter of intent to join a strategic partnership with Andrews Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center, according to a press release.

“[U.S. Orthopaedic Partners] USOP is focused on building the preeminent orthopedic care organization in the U.S and is growing rapidly,” Louis McIntyre, MD, chief quality officer of USOP, said. “Physicians and surgeons who join USOP maintain clinical autonomy and brand identity, while benefiting from the support of the full-serve, integrated platform, with its focus on clinical best practices, value-based care delivery and quality outcomes.”

The partnership between USOP and Andrews Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center is designed to build relationships between nationally recognized orthopedic practices in the Southeastern U.S. and Birmingham, Alabama.

According to the release, both companies are focused on evidence-based care and patient outcomes data collection.

“Andrews Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center is one of the most well-known and fastest growing orthopedic sports medicine care specialists in the country, and we are excited about the growth prospects ahead for our mutual organizations,” Larry Field, MD, orthopedic physician and leader at Mississippi Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center, said. “Their physicians and staff will be an outstanding partnership for USOP as we seek to generate more opportunities for our diverse range of patients, helping them to live pain-free and active lives. We look forward to working closely with their talented team of specialists who have developed an excellent reputation for advancing and managing the care of patients with an ‘athletic mindset.’”