CINCINNATI — Beacon Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine is continuing its expansion into Northern Kentucky with the planned opening of two Orthopaedic Care Centers in Kenton and Campbell counties.
Beacon’s Kenton County care center in Crestview Hills is scheduled to open July 14 and a new Campbell County care center in Fort Thomas is slated to open in early 2022.
The company’s existing Northern Kentucky care center is located in Erlanger.
Northern Kentucky has been a major focus of Beacon’s growth this year. In April, Beacon announced that orthopedic surgeon Dr. John J. Larkin joined the Beacon team. And in May, Beacon’s Dr. Glen McClung was named medical director of the Florence Y’alls Frontier League minor league baseball team.
With the opening of the Crestview Hills care center next month, Beacon will have a total of 15 local care centers throughout the region.
“Bringing the best care to more patients is what we are accomplishing in Northern Kentucky and across Greater Cincinnati,” said Beacon President Dr. Peter Cha. “We are growing strategically and geographically with the Beacon model that places emphasis on quality, access and value.”
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