A record-breaking 68 Premier Orthopaedic Physicians were named to Main Line Today magazine’s 2022 Top Doctors list. Every year, physicians are asked to nominate peers who they believe are the best, most trusted doctors in the region. We are proud to note that more...
Premier Orthopaedics Announces Partnership with HOPCo to Create Value-Based Musculoskeletal Care Platform in Pennsylvania
Partnership will create one of the largest integrated value-based care and practice management platforms in the United States Philadelphia, PA (May 11, 2022) – Premier Orthopaedics, one of the largest musculoskeletal practices in Pennsylvania and the United States,...
Premier Orthopaedics Boasts Most “Top Docs” in Orthopaedics
A record-breaking 61 Premier Orthopaedics physicians were named to Main Line Today magazine’s 2021 Top Doctors list. Every year, physicians are asked to nominate peers who they believe are the best, most trusted doctors in the region.We are proud to note that more...
The Philadelphia Inquirer Names Premier a Top Workplace 2021
Premier Orthopaedics has been awarded a Top Workplace 2021 by The Philadelphia Inquirer. This is the sixth consecutive year Premier has received the award. The list is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey administered by employee engagement technology partner Energage, LLC. The anonymous survey measures 15 drivers of engaged cultures that are critical to the success of any organization.
“This is a testament to our most valuable asset – our employees,” said Jeffrey Malumed, M.D., President of Premier Orthopaedics. “Our talented physicians and staff continue to provide elite-level orthopaedic care despite the current circumstances. For them to vote us a Top Workplace is something the whole organization takes great pride in.”
“The Top Workplaces award helps us find, and keep, top talent,” said Matt O’Malley, CEO of Premier. “This distinction is more important than ever in today’s labor market. No longer is it just a cause for celebration and a point of pride, but it’s becoming crucial for staffing and growth.”