Gurnee, IL (December 3, 2014) — Illinois Bone & Joint Institute (IBJI) has expanded its services across the border and into Wisconsin. IBJI, a well-known orthopaedic specialty care provider with offices throughout downtown Chicago and Chicago’s north and northwest suburbs, is now offering its full spectrum of care to residents of southeast Wisconsin.
IBJI physicians are seeing patients at United Hospital System’s Pleasant Prairie and Kenosha locations, providing services that include general orthopaedics, sports medicine, trauma and fracture care, joint replacement, and treatment of chronic conditions including arthritis. Tomas Nemickas, MD, Bruce Summerville, MD, Anand Vora, MD, and David Hamming, MD, bring expertise in the treatment of knees, hips, elbows, shoulders, feet and ankles. All four specialists are board-certified in orthopaedic surgery. They are available for patient consultations at St. Catherine’s Medical Center in Pleasant Prairie and at Kenosha Medical Center in Kenosha. This new partnership was created in cooperation with IBJI’s Gurnee and Libertyville offices. By spring 2015, the IBJI team serving the Pleasant Prairie and Kenosha locations is expected to grow to eight physicians.
IBJI established its first location in 1990 and now has facilities throughout the north and northwest suburbs and the city of Chicago. “IBJI has grown its practice in this region based on its reputation as a provider of extremely high quality, collaborative care that is affordable,” said Dr. Nemickas. To make an appointment to consult with an IBJI physician at the Pleasant Prairie or Kenosha locations, please call 262-656-3590.