Tim Corvino, MD, Appointed CEO

ONS Chief Executive Officer, Tim CorvinoONS is pleased to announce the appointment of Tim Corvino, M.D., as Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective March 1.

“Tim Corvino’s experience as an executive, as well as a physician will be a tremendous asset to ONS. As CEO, he will be invaluable in guiding the next chapter in the life of this organization that is centered around growth, while continuing a commitment to providing exceptional patient care,” said Seth R. Miller, M.D., a founding partner of ONS.

A graduate of Greenwich High School, Corvino gained a first-hand understanding of the healthcare needs of the region at every level, from a summer job in the Greenwich Hospital cafeteria to serving as an attending Emergency Medicine physician at Stamford Hospital. Corvino’s father, Frank Corvino, served as the president of Greenwich Hospital for 23 years before retiring in 2014.

Most recently, Corvino served as Chief Operating Officer of Covenant Physician Partners, where he prepared the company for the significant growth that occurred during his tenure. Corvino helped to build the infrastructure needed to evolve the company into a physician services organization that now serves 19 states through more than 60 physician partnerships. Prior to Covenant, he served as President, Integrated Acute Care for U.S. Acute Care Solutions, the nation’s leading physician-owned provider of integrated acute care services for 6 million patients annually.

“ONS’ physician founders have built a leading organization that’s highly successful and known for excellent clinical care, and I am honored to be part of the team,” said Tim Corvino, M.D., CEO of ONS. “As a physician and someone with strong ties to the Greenwich area, I care deeply about the clinical excellence we provide our patients, and I’m excited to be back in the community as ONS charts our next era of growth. I look forward to working with the physicians, employees and community to further enhance the ONS legacy.”

Under Corvino’s leadership, ONS will focus on growing its regional footprint and expanding the number of communities served through partnerships with like-minded musculoskeletal physicians, while also upholding the superior quality of care that ONS has always delivered to the community.

“ONS has built a legacy of delivering excellent care and exceptional patient experience through a highly personalized approach,” said Mark Camel, M.D., a founding partner of ONS. “Tim understands the truly unique model on which we’ve built our successful practice, as well as the healthcare needs and expectations of our community.”

Through the ONS team approach, patients receive the highest standard of care from the expertise of 26 fellowship-trained physicians who work together to produce the best possible outcomes. With state-of-the-art physical therapy centers, digital imaging and MRI, ONS provides patients with a fully integrated care model. ONS also offers urgent ortho care services and its partners operate an ambulatory surgery center.

Throughout his career, Tim’s passion for addressing the needs of patients and physicians has been ever-present and he continuously strives to bring innovative solutions to the many challenges of healthcare today.

ONS Stamford: Off to a Great Start

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5 High Ridge Park, 3rd floor, Stamford, CT 06905

On the evening of June 22, 2015, Orthopedic & Neurosurgery Specialists (ONS) held a grand opening celebration of a second ONS location at 5 High Ridge Park in Stamford, CT. The event was a first look at the new facility for the public, complete with informative stations about injury prevention, exercise tips and sports medicine stations with medical models and video presentations. Throughout the evening, around 200 guests toured the office, and learned about injuries and treatments of the foot and ankle, hand and wrist, shoulder and elbow, hip and knee, spine and Platelet Rich Plasma treatment. ONS physicians were available to answer questions. ONS Physical Therapy showcased injury prevention exercises for tennis, golf and running. Local businesses participated in the evening as guests enjoyed food and beverage and displays and a drawing of exciting prizes. The ONS physicians, clinicians and staff members were pleased with the opportunity to meet and greet the Stamford community! To learn more about our new Stamford office please visit https://onsmd.com/ons-stamford/.

Cartilage Transplantation Offers New Hope for Damaged Knees

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Dr. Demetris Delos

Speaker: Orthopaedic Surgeon and Sports Medicine Specialist Demetris Delos, MD

Tuesday, October 29th, 6:30 pm, Noble Conference Room Center at Greenwich Hospital

Cartilage transplantation offers exciting new treatment options for adults under the age of 50 who have had their knee damaged through acute or chronic trauma to the knee. The surgeon uses small cylindrical plugs of good cartilage and inserts them into the damaged areas. This procedure has been shown to be highly effective in patients who have sustained a specific injury to the knee cartilage or joint lining, and who have not yet developed arthritis. Many competitive athletes who have undergone the treatment have returned to their full performance level after surgery.

To register To register for the ONS programs at Greenwich Hospital, please call (203)
863-4277 or (888) 305-9253, or register on-line at www.greenhosp.org.