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Mercy Hospital welcomes new joint replacement specialists

Date: 12/02/2020

Northern Light Mercy Hospital has announced that hip and knee joint replacement experts Stephen Rodrigue, MD and Bruce Gomberg, MD have joined Northern Light Mercy Orthopedics. Physician Assistants Scott Collins, Anne Rolfson, and Cody Bothel are also joining the practice, which is located at 20 Northbrook Drive in Falmouth.
“We’re excited to welcome this talented team to Mercy,” said Charlie Therrien, president of Mercy Hospital. “Our patients will benefit greatly from their commitment to providing personalized and compassionate care combined with their focus on achieving the very best surgical outcomes.”
Stephen Rodrigue, MD
A native of Maine, Dr. Rodrigue received his medical degree from the University of Vermont College of Medicine, completing his internship at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston. He completed his residency at Massachusetts General Hospital in the Harvard Orthopaedic program, focusing on traumatic bone injuries and reconstructive joint replacement.
A surgeon for over twenty years, Dr. Rodrigue is valued by his patients for his compassionate bedside manner and easy, relatable style. Clinically, he emphasizes an organized, team approach to patient care, which has enabled a well-established record of optimal surgical outcomes. He is a Fellow of the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons and is actively involved in patient satisfaction studies. Dr. Rodrigue’s full bio can be found here.
Bruce Gomberg, MD
Dr. Gomberg has a proven track record of top-tier surgical outcomes as verified by independent benchmarking, and he is motivated by his desire to help people regain their mobility. He attended medical school at the University of Pittsburgh, completing his internship and residency at West Virginia University. He completed his fellowship in arthroplasty and surgical healthcare delivery at the Bronx Lebanon Hospital in New York.
Dr. Gomberg is a Diplomate of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and a Fellow of the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons, European Society for Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy, and the European Knee Associates, where he is the Co-Chair of the Small Implant Group, focusing on partial knee replacements. He is also the Director of the Maine Orthopaedic Review, held annually at Colby College, the nation’s longest running orthopedic surgery board review course. Dr. Gomberg’s full bio can be found here.
Mercy Hospital’s work to achieve the very best patient outcomes and experience have earned a number of national recognitions. Additional information about Northern Light Mercy Orthopedics can be found here.