Joint Replacement Surgery
Elective, Non-urgent and Non-emergency Procedures Resume
Memorial Healthcare System and Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital are committed to placing the safety and well-being of our patients, staff, and physicians first.
Given the slowly improving data regarding Emergency Room visits, COVID-19 admissions to our facilities, and community statistics in Broward County, Memorial Healthcare System has resumed elective procedures for ambulatory, outpatient and those not requiring extensive stay or Intensive Care Unit care. Please contact your physician's office for more details on scheduling an appointment.
Starting Monday, July 13, all Memorial Physician Group adult specialties will continue to offer appointments for telehealth and phone visits. In-person office visits are on a case by case basis until further notice.
We appreciate your patience during this time of uncertainty. One thing that is certain is Memorial’s commitment to keeping its community safe and healthy.
Joint Replacement Center
Our Joint Replacement Center is dedicated to offering individual treatment based on each patient’s unique health profile and medical needs for a truly customized experience, specifically aimed at achieving the best possible results. We feature:
- Exclusive, dedicated surgical unit
- Expertly trained orthopaedic therapy and nursing staff
- Individual and group therapy sessions focused on early mobilization
Joint Pain Treatment Options
- Anterior hip replacement
- Total hip replacement
- Minimally invasive hip surgery (hip arthroscopy)
- Partial knee replacement
- Total knee replacement
Ongoing Support for Joint Replacement
We realize your care doesn’t end at the time of discharge. For many joint replacement patients, additional support services might be needed to successfully transition into life after joint treatment.
We offer a number of support services, including access to:
LocationMemorial Joint Replacement Center at Memorial Hospital West
703 N. Flamingo Road
Pembroke Pines, FL 33028
Conditions We Treat
- Avascular necrosis (osteonecrosis)
- Gouty arthritis
- Hip arthritis
- Hip impingement
- Hip labral tear
- Inflammatory arthritis
- Knee arthritis
- Psoriatic arthritis
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Shoulder arthritis
How We Diagnose
- Bone densitometry test
- Bone scan
- Computed tomography (CT) scan
- Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
- MRI arthrogram
- Tagged WBC scan