Orthopedic Care Returns to Hereford Regional Medical Center

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Orthopedic Care Returns to Hereford Regional Medical Center

Hereford Regional Medical Center’s commitment to providing world class care for patients is reaching new heights as the hospital has announced a partnership that will bring orthopedic care back to area.  

On April 26, Hereford Regional Medical Center will welcome Covenant Health Plainview orthopedic surgeons, Joshua Rollins, D.O. and Benjamin Farr, D.O., who will be opening a satellite clinic.  Over the past few years, Farr and Rollins have earned a radiant reputation in caring for the orthopedic needs of their patients. The physicians specialize in the full spectrum of orthopedic surgery, ranging from arthritis and joint replacement to sports medicine, arthroscopy, fractures and ACL repair.  

“We are very excited about the opportunity to serve the people of Hereford,” said Rollins.  “It’s a great honor and privilege to provide this service for the Hereford hospital. There is definitely a need in this community for orthopedic care, so we can help provide care here locally opposed to patients having to drive long distances for care.”  Joshua Rollins, D.O. received his doctrine in Osteopathic Medicine from Oklahoma State University and completed his residency at Michigan State University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine. Rollins appreciates the almost instant benefits orthopedic surgery can have in the lives of his patients; either that being from performing a total knee or hip replacement or easing the pain of severe arthritis. “I want to fix it and get them back on their feet. In orthopedics, we are making an actual long-term difference in somebody’s life for the better,” Rollins said.  Rollins grew up in a small town in Wyoming, adding that he and his family really feel at home serving the communities of the South Plains.

Benjamin Farr, D.O. attended Medical School at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his Residency at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine.  He specializes in Orthopedic Surgery because it allows him to use hands-on processes in helping people heal. Dr. Farr takes great joy in the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of his patients. “What I really enjoy about Orthopedics is being able to take someone-for example, who has severe arthritis-and give them a knee replacement or a hip replacement, and have them be able to walk again, improve their quality of life, and do things with their family that they were unable to do.”

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