Category Archives: Outpatient Joint Replacement

From Nurse to Patient: One BOSC CNA shares her personal experience with the Outpatient Joint Journey

Diane is a certified nursing assistant (CNA) at BOSC in the peri-op area. She’s on her feet for seven or more hours each day taking care of patients, prepping them for surgery, turning over rooms, moving patient carts, restocking areas, and many other responsibilities. But this past February, Diane went from working at the surgery…

Is Outpatient Joint Replacement Possible?

When people hear the phrase “joint replacement,” many probably think of a complicated surgery, a long hospital stay, and months of limited mobility. However, with advancements in technology and surgical techniques, this way of thinking is changing. Instead of needing inpatient hospital stays, patients can now turn to ambulatory surgery centers (ASC) to receive quality…