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Bone and Joint Institute – Orthopaedic Sports Medicine

Bone and Joint Institute – Orthopaedic Sports Medicine

When it comes to bone and joint conditions, no two patients are alike. Our specialists develop a specific treatment and rehabilitation plan that best meets each patient's needs.  

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To schedule an appointment, call us at 717-531-5638

Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Services

Penn State Health Bone and Joint Institute offers one of the most comprehensive sports medicine programs in central Pennsylvania. Drawing upon the many resources available within Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, our team is able to provide expert opinion from fellowship-trained clinicians in all areas of sports medicine, including orthopaedic surgery, neurology, and dermatology, among others. In addition, our talented staff of occupational and physical therapists works to ensure that recovery goals are realized. This collaboration among multiple disciplines allows us to integrate care and allow for the optimal, speedy return to play of our athletes.

Our orthopaedic sports medicine surgeons in Hershey and State College have expertise in the arthroscopic management of hip, knee, and shoulder injuries. From ligament reconstructions and management of meniscal tears and cartilage defects in the knee to rotator cuff and labral repairs, our surgeons offer the latest technologies and specialize in restoring function to athletes of any level.

Our primary care sports medicine physicians in Hershey and State College are regional experts in the management of non-operative sports-related injuries and medical conditions. Along with providing routine medical care to athletes, they offer particular expertise in safely returning participants to sports following concussions and chronic endurance-related injuries.

To help patients understand the diagnosis, treatment, recovery and prevention of a particular condition or illness, The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine has compiled a collection of single page fact sheets written and reviewed by top sports medicine professionals which combine easy-to-read text with colorful illustrations.

Penn State Sports Medicine is a proud participant in the Stop Sports Injuries Campaign.

Athletes throughout central Pennsylvania trust the experts at Penn State Sports Medicine to help them return to their game.  We serve as sports medicine providers for professional sports, university and high school athletic teams:

Professional sports teams

University athletic teams

High School athletic teams

 If you are interested in scheduling an appointment with any of our providers, please call.

Contact Info

Bone and Joint Institute - Hershey
30 Hope Drive
Entrance B, Suite 2400
Hershey, PA 17033

Sports Medicine - State College
1850 E. Park Avenue, Suite 112
State College, PA 16803

Penn State Children's Hospital
30 Hope Drive
Entrance B, Suite 2200
Hershey, PA 17033

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Care Team – Sports Medicine Services

Locations and Contact Info

We offer orthopaedic care at the locations listed below. To schedule an appointment, please call the location nearest you.

Penn State Health Bone and Joint Institute

30 Hope Drive, Entrance B, Suite 2400
Hershey, PA 17033

Phone: 717-531-5638

Fax: 717-531-0983

Hours: Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Penn State Sports Medicine - State College

1850 E. Park Avenue, Suite 112
State College, PA 16803

Phone: 814-865-3566

Fax: 814-863-7803

Hours: Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Penn State Health Medical Group - Mount Joy

201 Lefever Road
Mount Joy, PA 17552

Phone: 717-653-2900

Fax: 717-653-2910

Hours: Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Penn State Health Medical Group - Camp Hill

3025 Market Street, Entrance A
Camp Hill, PA 17011

Phone: 717-761-8900

Fax: 717-761-1320

Hours: Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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Frequently asked questions

Hospital Admissions and Billing

While you are a patient at Penn State Health, we want to do everything possible to make your surgery and stay convenient and comfortable. If you are scheduled for admission to our hospital, you may want to review the following list of questions about our admissions and billing procedures before you arrive.

How am I admitted to the hospital?

Patients are pre-admitted by their surgical coordinator at the outpatient clinic. The coordinator is responsible for obtaining your financial information and scheduling your admission time to Penn State Health. He or she can also answer any questions you have about insurance. Additionally, your physician may request some tests to be done before you are admitted. The surgical coordinator or your doctor’s office will arrange for an appointment to have the tests completed on an outpatient basis.

Where do I go the day of my surgery?

On the day you are scheduled for admission, you will check-in at the Admissions Office, located near the hospital’s main lobby. Patients should make plans for someone to drive them to Penn State Hershey. Parents must accompany patients who are younger than 18 years old. Once you have checked in, a patient services representative will show you to your room where you will be introduced to your nurse and given an admissions information packet. If you were admitted through the Emergency Department, you will be assigned a bed by the operating room. A patient services representative will contact you once you have been assigned your room.

What do I need to bring with me to the Admissions Office?

Be prepared to provide your identification, insurance card and any necessary deductible or insurance co-payment. If you are admitting a child, you will need to provide the hospital with written consent to provide your child with medical care. Guardians must bring legal proof of guardianship.

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