Grand View Health cut the ribbon today on two new physician offices, offering orthopaedics and OB/GYN services in the Lansdale community at The Pavilion at 419 S. Broad Street.
Upper Bucks Orthopaedics at Grand View Health’s move into Lansdale brings Paul Weidner, MD, who is now using Stryker’s Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery for select patients who need total or partial knee replacements, with the potential to provide quicker recovery with less pain and fewer days in the hospital. Dale Bautista, MD also joins the practice, offering non-surgical sports medicine and orthopaedic care.
The all-female practice of Grand View OB/GYN Associates provides care for women through every stage of life and Sandra Bogota-Angel, MD, Angela Boylan, MD and Christine Hutnyk, CRNP, are welcoming new patients at the new Lansdale office. The practice previously had a location on Main Street in Lansdale.
“We’re thrilled to be here in Lansdale today,” said Jean M. Keeler, JD, president and chief executive officer (CEO), Grand View Health. “Opening these offices is one of many steps we are taking to bring greater access to Lansdale and better serve our neighbors in the area.”
The orthopaedic and OB/GYN offices are the most recent additions to Grand View Health’s services in the Lansdale area. Grand View offers sophisticated technology and services at its outpatient and surgery centers in Harleysville and convenient care at its Urgent Care office in Kulpsville. Grand View also provides athletic training services at North Penn High School in Lansdale and its physicians serve as the official team doctors for the high school.