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June 2021

Dear Friend,

Thank you for your support of HSS. Your generosity and ongoing commitment to our mission enables us to improve and change the lives of patients who count on HSS for healing and hope.

I am pleased to share exciting updates on how we continue to deliver the highest caliber of care—through the expansion of our main campus and the discoveries driven by research. Read more below about our new plans for the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Tower and how support from donors like you is shaping the future of musculoskeletal health.

With gratitude,

Catherine Callagy
Senior Vice President & Chief Development Officer

 

HSS Main Campus Transformation

Introducing the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Tower

This fall, construction will commence on the Kellen Tower, which will provide expanded space for HSS to continue to deliver the nation’s leading care in joint replacement and spine. Read more about how this new facility will allow HSS to meet the growing and significant need for our specialized care.

 

Advancing the Field With Technology

Augmented Reality Improves Spine Surgery

HSS spine surgeons are using innovative technology to provide ultraprecise positioning of implants and smaller incisions, leading to faster recovery for patients. HSS Spine Co-Chief Harvinder Sandhu, MD, MBA, performed the first surgery using augmented reality earlier this year and is leading surgeons in using the new system, now available at HSS Stamford Health.

 

Eradicating Infection

Leading the Fight Through Research

Patients who develop infections after joint replacement surgery can experience severe consequences—debilitating pain and immobility, multiple surgeries, and possibly loss of a limb. Under the direction of HSS Chief Emeritus of Surgical Arthritis Mark P. Figgie, MD, HSS has launched the Periprosthetic Joint Infection (PJI) Research Initiative to define the global standard for prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of this devastating condition.

 

Recent News

Updates From Around HSS

 

Special Events Update

The HSS Evening of Enlightenment, held on May 5, raised more than $350,000 to support breakthroughs in research and treatments for rheumatology patients. Hosted by Brooke Shields, the virtual benefit honored Katherine Snider, President, Rheuminations and the Lupus Clinical Trials Consortium, and the Lupus Research Alliance represented by Kenneth M. Farber, President and CEO.

 

Upcoming Event—Join Us!

Join us for an exclusive, live webinar featuring our expert rheumatologists as they discuss Data-Driven Insights Advancing Rheumatology Care on Wednesday, June 16th. Learn how HSS research supported by our donor community is using machine learning and artificial intelligence to improve rheumatology care.

 
 
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