Kennedy News
Roy Sandau , DO, FACOS Appointed To Commission On Cancer Position
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Roy Sandau , DO, FACOS, received a three-year appointment as Cancer Liaison Physician for the cancer program at Kennedy University Hospitals - Kennedy Cancer Center.
Cancer Liaison Physicians are an integral part of cancer programs accredited by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer (CoC). 
Kennedy Turns 50 Celebration Unites Longtime Associates
Monday, July 20, 2015

Read more...Kennedy Turns 50 Celebration Unites Longtime Associates

There were some very special guests among the hundreds on hand June 25th to celebrate Kennedy Health’s 50th anniversary – including original members of Kennedy’s Medical Staff, its first Director of Nursing, and a few other very longtime associates.

Christine Mari-Mazzola of Sewell Named to Kennedy Health Care Foundation Board
Thursday, July 16, 2015

Read more...Christine Mari-Mazzola, CPA, of Sewell, NJ, has been named to the Board of the Kennedy Health Care (KHC) Foundation, the central fundraising arm of Kennedy Health. Ms. Mari-Mazzola is Vice President of Risk Management with South Jersey Industries (SJI) Inc., an energy services holding company based in Folsom.

Kennedy Health offers Navio® CT-free Robotic Partial Knee Replacement Surgery
Monday, July 13, 2015
Read more...Another innovative procedure has arrived at Kennedy.

Kennedy Health, a recognized leader in minimally invasive and robotic knee surgery, is now offering Blue Belt Technologies' Navio robotic-assisted partial knee replacement procedures at the Kennedy Surgical Center in Washington Township, NJ.

Partial knee replacement surgery – a less-invasive orthopedic procedure than a traditional knee replacement – is available to qualified patients who meet specific medical criteria. Typical candidates are those who have localized arthritis and focal knee pain, minimal knee deformity, a good range of motion and intact knee ligaments.

This muscle- and ligament-sparing approach uses a smaller incision than a total knee replacement – saving healthy bone, cartilage and ligaments. Studies show partial knee replacement surgery may lower the risk of complications, result in a quicker recovery and be less painful to undergo than a traditional knee replacement*.

Additionally, the Navio partial knee system eliminates the need for a preoperative CT scan through the use of hand-held, robotic-assisted technology. Infrared tracking spheres and high-tech cameras relay information to surgeons in real-time. The system acts like a GPS device for surgeons, allowing them to see and treat only the damaged portion of a knee – compared to a full replacement, which requires total reconstruction.
27 Kennedy Doctors Take Top Honors In Philadelphia Magazine
Monday, July 06, 2015
Read more...Twenty-seven Kennedy doctors were included in Philadelphia Magazine’s May 2015 “Top Doctors” issue. 
The magazine, in collaboration with Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., performed a rigorous screening process to select this year’s winners.

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