A continuum of care in knee and hip replacements.

We share a common mission to improve the health of our patients and community. Together, Holland Hospital and the Bone and Joint Center offer a seamless, coordinated healthcare experience that delivers primary care, specialty care, urgent care, emergency room, lab, radiology, and rehabilitation in the office, hospital or the comfort of your home.


Anterior hip replacement is a less invasive surgical option than traditional hip replacement and offers benefits such as less pain and faster recovery for certain types of patients. The anterior approach is a proven technique that uses smaller incisions and less tissue disruption during surgery. By working from the front of the hip, Dr. Johnson performs the replacement between muscles, leaving them undisturbed. This means that patients can bend and bear weight sooner than with traditional hip surgery and can often return to activities with fewer restrictions. Dr. Derick Johnson can determine if the anterior approach is right for you.


While used primarily for knee replacement, MAKO Robotic Assisted Surgery is also an excellent tool where appropriate in anterior hip replacement. MAKO maps a customize surgery to the patient’s unique anatomy for a precise alignment. Patients experiencing severe hip pain or stiffness resulting from: noninflammatory degenerative joint disease (including osteoarthritis, traumatic arthritis, or avascular necrosis), rheumatoid arthritis or post-traumatic arthritis are encouraged to explore their options with MAKO technology.


We perform all joint replacements at Holland Hospital’s Joint Replacement Center. The hospital’s dedication to continually enhancing the patient experience sets the Joint Replacement Center apart from other facilities, making it a destination center for those seeking the best possible care. Performance comparisons among 50 similar, high-functioning joint centers across the country place Holland Hospital in the top five for both clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction. What’s the difference? A care coordinator who facilitates the entire process for each patient – from before surgery is scheduled to post-operative care; specially designed furniture and equipment selected with the patient’s comfort in mind; and private rooms and amenities to support the unique needs of joint replacement patients.



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