Bucks County Orthopedic Specialists Declared Best of Bucks / Mont 2019

The Intelligencer Best of Bucks Mont 2019 Bucks County Orthopedic Specialists (BCOS) has been voted the Best Orthopedic Practice by nearly 150,000 readers in the annual The Intelligencer Best of Bucks / Mont 2019 competition. BCOS has been awarded the top honors in this category since it was first included in 2013. Prior to 2013, the practice was consistently recognized in the Best Physician category.

Winners of the award were announced Thursday, September 12, 2019 at the Best of the Best Awards Gala at The Fuge in Warminster, PA. Accepting the award on behalf of the practice were Randy Gross, CEO and Kieran Cody, MD, President. “We are thrilled to accept this award,” said Gross, “and want to express our heartfelt thanks to all of the readers and patients who voted for us.” Adds Cody, a multi-year recipient of the previous “Best Physician” award, “It’s always humbling to be recognized this way – we never take it for granted and work hard every day to provide outstanding care to our patients.”

For over 30 years, BCOS has been caring for patients in the Doylestown, Warrington, and greater Bucks and Montgomery county region. The practice includes 10 board certified and fellowship trained physicians and 5 specialty trained physicians assistants dedicated to providing world class care for joint replacements, pain management, sports medicine, hand and wrist care, concussion management, and pediatric orthopedics. “For us it’s a total team approach,” shares Gross, “we could never deliver the exceptional level of care every single day without the dedication of each provider and staff member. This award belongs to all of them.”


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