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For nearly 70 years, the Campbell Foundation has been committed to enhancing quality of life through the science of orthopaedic medicine through surgeon education, orthopaedic research, and community healthcare.

Campbell Foundation Helps Patients Across The Globe

Dr. Sean Calloway, Orthopaedic Resident at the Campbell Foundation/Campbell Clinic, recently travelled to the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Clinic in Tanzania to provide orthopaedic care and surgery to patients in need, and to share the latest in orthopaedic surgical techniques with the surgeons there.
Dr. Sean Calloway, Orthopaedic Resident at the Campbell Foundation/Campbell Clinic, recently travelled to the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Clinic in Tanzania to provide orthopaedic care and surgery to patients in need, and to share the latest in orthopaedic surgical techniques with the surgeons there.

Training Orthopaedic Surgeons ... The Legacy of Your Gifts

Residency Program is the primary mission of the Campbell Foundation's commitment to orthopaedic medicine through training the next generation of highly skilled and compassionate physicians.

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Campbell Research Shows that Total Shoulders in the Surgery Center are as Safe as in the Hospital!

Dr. Sean Calloway, Orthopaedic Resident at the Campbell Foundation/Campbell Clinic, recently travelled to the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Clinic in Tanzania to provide orthopaedic care and surgery to patients in need, and to share the latest in orthopaedic surgical techniques with the surgeons there.
Campbell Research Wins Top National Award for Contributions in Shoulder Surgery

Earlier this year, Dr. Thomas “Quin” Throckmorton, along with co-authors residents Tyler J. Brolin, MD, and Ryan P. Mulligan, MD, and Campbell Clinic Chief of Staff, Frederick M. Azar, MD were awarded the Charles S. Neer Clinical Science Award for their work entitled, “Outpatient Total Shoulder Arthroplasty in the Ambulatory Surgery Center Environment is a Safe Alternative to the Inpatient Hospital Setting,” presented during Specialty Day for the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons in Orlando. The abstract of this work is included herein, and will be published later this year in the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons.

This research documents that total shoulder replacement in the outpatient setting is comparable to surgery done in the hospital setting in terms of safety. It also sets the stage for ongoing research to measure outcomes and cost-effectiveness for total shoulder arthroplasty in the ambulatory surgery center setting in order to make the value proposition.

Our congratulations are extended to all on the occasion of this prestigious award.

Orthopaedic Research is conducted by our physicians to discover new treatments and therapies in the areas of joint replacement, osteoarthritis, back pain and spinal disorders, bone tumors, trauma care, and children’s bone and joint diseases.

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NEW RESEARCH PUBLISHED!

Through the support of our donors, we have been able to pursue new innovations not only because they raise the bar for cutting-edge medicine, but because research enables discoveries of new ways to better care for patients. We publish and present our results in order to share these findings with surgeons around the globe, to benefit people everywhere.

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Community Healthcare has been an important part of the mission of the Campbell Foundation to provide orthopaedic care to children and adults in our community.

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Thank you for supporting our efforts to provide excellent orthopaedic care to others here in our community and across the globe! Because of your generosity, we raised more than $130,000 at the Footprints in Motion Bourbon Derby held in April. Your contributions helped equip Dr. Sean Calloway, Class of 2016 Resident, during his medical mission to Tanzania, earlier this year. In conjunction with Health Volunteers Overseas (HVO), the team treated numerous clinic patients, performed multiple orthopaedic surgeries, and Dr. Calloway provided extensive educational instruction on the latest orthopaedic surgical techniques to the residents and attending orthopaedic surgeons in Tanzania.
Thank you for helping others around the globe!

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Momentum

The Campbell Foundation newsletter, Momentum, gives friends and supporters insight into The Campbell Foundation's work to advance musculoskeletal education and research.

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The Campbell News

The Campbell News

"The Campbell News" eNewsletter helps graduates stay abreast of the activities of Campbell Clinic and The Campbell Foundation, as well as provides updates on the activities of fellow alumni and information on educational opportunities.

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Campbell in Motion

Campbell in Motion

Campbell in Motion is a new joint publication of Campbell Clinic Orthopaedics and the Campbell Foundation. This newsletter is available in a convenient electronic format and provides patient profiles, news items, honors and developments occurring at Campbell Clinic and the Campbell Foundation.

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Campbell's Operative Orthopaedics

Campbell's Operative Orthopaedics

Campbell's Operative Orthopaedics is a four-volume textbook that has been called “the definitive orthopaedic surgery reference” and “the bible of orthopaedic surgery” for surgeons all over the world.

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Dr. Terry Canale

Motivation.

Campbell Foundation President Dr. Terry Canale shares his in the national campaign “A Nation in Motion”.

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