Lincoln County Medical Center receives $3,000 grant from Midwest Stone Institute to fund arthroscopic equipment

Midwest Stone Institute (MSI) has awarded a $3,025.63 grant to Lincoln County Medical Center (LCMC) to fund Arthroscopic

Pictured (L to R): Patrick Bira, LCMC CEO; Stephanie Moore, BSN, Director of Surgical Services; Dr. Venkata Bodavula, hand surgeon; Dr. Robert Orell, orthopedic surgeon; Lori Drury, Midwest Stone Institute; and Patricia Rhoads, administrative assistant, grant writer.

Pictured (L to R): Patrick Bira, LCMC CEO; Stephanie Moore, BSN, Director of Surgical Services; Dr. Venkata Bodavula, hand surgeon; Dr. Robert Orell, orthopedic surgeon; Lori Drury, Midwest Stone Institute; and Patricia Rhoads, administrative assistant, grant writer.

Equipment to the Surgery Department. Dr. Robert Orell, orthopedic surgeon and Dr. Venkata Bodavula, hand surgeon, are primary operators of the equipment.

Midwest Stone Institute (MSI) is a non-profit corporation whose mission has been to provide quality mobile urologic stone disease care to all patients in the St. Louis region, research, and physician and hospital education. MSI has also expanded equipment services to include orthopedics.

About Lincoln County Medical Center

Lincoln County Medical Center (LCMC), located in Troy, Missouri, has been serving the healthcare needs of greater Lincoln and surrounding counties for nearly 60 years, improving the quality of life in the communities it serves. Medical staff members are board certified in their specialties.

For more information about the services offered at Lincoln County Medical Center, please call (636) 528-8551 or visit us on the Web at www.lcmctroy.com.

 

Posted on Monday, April 21, 2014 at 8:51 am