ATLANTA, GA / ACCESSWIRE / December 20, 2020 / Dr. Kentrell Brown is proud to announce the launch of a second location in Atlanta, Georgia. It is part of his desire to bring orthopedic services closer to the people. Through the new location, clients can expect to receive a wide range of services that include spinal disease surgery for the management of neck and back pain, degenerative disc disease, orthopedic fractures and dynamic invasions. Patients will also receive spinal oncological treatment for benign and malignant tumors, tumor resections and reconstruction services, and vertebroplasty. Spinal oncology services will be available to both children and adults. Lastly, the new facility will offer non-spine extremity oncology for people of all ages and will include soft tissue and bone management, tumor resections, and reconstructions.
In continuation of his history of quality service, Dr. Brown has ensured that he maintains his highly efficient scheduling service. Anyone seeking his services can book online. The system is set up in such a way that one can have their medical history taken via phone, while also having their insurance issues sorted out online. Besides the efficiency part of it, the online scheduling system is aimed at lowering the risk of patients contracting COVID-19. Dr. Brown understands that some of his patients are in high risk from the virus, especially those suffering from spinal oncological issues. Through the online scheduling system, it is possible to ensure that only a few patients can visit the facility at any given time.
Still on lowering the risk of COVID-19, Dr. Brown has put in place measures to make the facility as low risk as possible. For starters, he has set up a policy to the effect that all staff, from the receptionists to the nurses, will be tested on a regular basis. The goal is not to stigmatize any member of staff who tests positive for the virus, but to protect patients. In fact, Dr. Brown will have in place measures to ensure that staff members who test positive for the virus are taken care of until they feel better.
Besides investing in patient safety in these trying times, Dr. Brown has invested in the latest technologies in orthopedic care. Patients can also expect to be treated using the latest technologies in orthopedic care, which also translates to a higher level of success, especially for highly delicate procedures. Patients can take confidence in the combination of technology and Dr. Brown's 20-years plus of practice.
To further give patients the best outcomes, the new facility will also offer patient education. The goal will be to give patients knowledge on how to prevent most of the orthopedic issues that later along lead to complications. Patient education will also focus on giving patients an idea on how to deal with some orthopedic issues from home, and avoid complex medical procedures all together. While it may seem counter-intuitive, it is driven by Dr. Brown's passion for seeing people get better in the easiest way possible, a passion that transcends his desire for monetary gains.
Kentrell Brown is the founder of Kentrell Brown Orthopedics. He has been in practice for over two decades.
Kentrell has recently been interviewed in Inspirery.
SOURCE: Kentrell Brown