Baltimore, MD (April 14, 2010) - Kernan Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation in Woodlawn has announced the selection of Juanita D. Robbins as its new Chief Operating and Development Officer. Kernan is the largest provider of rehabilitation care in Maryland and is a part of the University of Maryland Medical System, an 11-hospital system located throughout Maryland.
"I am delighted to announce that Juanita Robbins has accepted the position of Chief Operating and Development Officer at Kernan,” said Michael Jablonover, MD, President and CEO of Kernan Hospital. “Juanita will be an excellent addition to our team, and will complement our talents. She will help to position Kernan to capitalize on the opportunities and challenges of the rapidly changing health care environment."
A 138-bed rehabilitation and orthopaedic hospital, Kernan offers inpatient and outpatient surgery in a variety of specialties, including total joint replacement, sports injuries, scoliosis, neck, back, upper and lower extremity injuries, as well as plastic surgery, dental surgery, and trauma reconstruction, for children and adults. Kernans William Donald Schaefer Rehabilitation Center offers the most technologically advanced therapy for orthopaedic injuries, brain and spinal cord injuries, stroke, multiple sclerosis, and other neurologic disorders. Kernan houses the University of Maryland Complementary Medicine Program. Kernan also operates an outpatient center in Timonium that offers comprehensive orthopaedic services, physical therapy, and sports medicine for professional and college athletes as well as "weekend warriors."