Oswego Health’s orthopedic surgeons will hold an Ask The Doctor program at 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 25th at the new Center for Orthopedic Care, located at the Fulton Medical Center.

            The orthopedic surgeons, Michael Diaz, DO, and Greg Keller, MD, will share their vast experience in providing knee, hip and shoulder joint replacements, as well as fracture and sports medicine care. Joining them at the program is John Ayres, MD, who has been providing orthopedic care locally for several years.

Michael Diaz, DO, and Greg Keller, MD, who were recently welcome to Oswego Heath’s orthopedic team both possess experience providing care at large orthopedic practices that covered level 1 and level 2 trauma centers. The newly recruited surgeons also have more than 20 years of experience providing knowledgeable and personalized orthopedic care, which includes performing more than 250 joint replacement surgeries annually.

Oswego Health has built at the Fulton Medical Center a large orthopedic suite that offers many patient comforts, that is perhaps the most attractive office in which to receive this specialized care. The suite features its own dedicated digital imaging equipment, allowing our orthopedic surgeons to quickly diagnose bone and joint concerns. Following the presentation, community members will be provided a tour of the new suite.

While Dr. Diaz and Dr. Keller provide care at the new suite, Dr. Ayres is maintaining office hours at the Oswego office, located in suite 280 of the Oswego Health Center, adjacent to Oswego Hospital. He also performs surgeries in Oswego Hospitals’ Surgery Center.

Those attending the program are asked use the main Fulton Medical Center entrance and  to park across the street from the Fulton Medical Office Building, leaving the onsite lot for those needing urgent care services.

The Ask The Doctor Forum is a free presentation sponsored by the Oswego Health Community Development Office. The Ask The Doctor Forum is designed to create an open dialogue between health care providers/professionals and interested members of the greater Oswego County community.  Reservations are suggested and can be made by calling 315-349-5500.

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