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Providence Total Joint Program

Unmatched experience

When you’re considering joint replacement surgery, experience matters. Providence has more experience performing total joint replacement surgeries than any other health system in Oregon, which means better results for you.

Proven quality

Providence’s hip and knee replacement program is proven to get you home sooner. Our patients typically need less time in the hospital than the national average, and most are able to return directly home without going to an interim care facility(1).

Caring support

Our caregivers pay extra attention to your needs to ensure your comfort before, during and after your surgery. From pre-surgery classes to help you prepare to post-surgery rehabilitation therapies to help you heal and recover, we support you every step of the way. That’s one reason why our patients give us some of the highest satisfaction scores in the nation for hip and knee replacements(2). Learn more about our patient support.

Whether you need surgery to replace a hip, a knee, a shoulder, an ankle or another joint, your entire Providence team is focused on getting you back home and back to the activities you enjoy.

Sources:

  1. Based on Providence Total Joint Replacement Care Package participant data and data reported to Oregon state’s COMPDATA tool through 2017; total of 4,686 cases.
  2. Based on Press Ganey study for April 2017-March 2018 showing an “average rating of care given” score of 94.2 out of 100, placing Providence in the 84th percentile for that reporting period.

The Gold Standard

The Joint Commission sets the standard for excellence in safety and care for total knee and hip replacement surgeries. 

How hip replacement surgery works

A 54-year-old patient expects to be back to the gym in two weeks without the pain. 

Ask an expert: Hip pain treatment FAQ

If you have ever experienced hip pain, you are not alone. One out of every ten people over the age of 60 is likely to require hip replacement surgery.