baptist health news 300MADISONVILLE, Ky. - Baptist Health Madisonville will be expanding its orthopedic services with the addition of James M. Donley, MD, James C. Dodds, MD, and Russell Peyton, APRN, FNP-C, who have joined Baptist Health Madisonville.

The group's orthopedic practice, The Center for Orthopaedic Services in Madisonville, is now Baptist Health Orthopedic Care. The practice will remain at its McCoy Avenue location.

"Baptist Health Madisonville is pleased to welcome these well respected, highly skilled orthopedic specialists," said Michael Baumgartner, president of Baptist Health Madisonville. "This move represents a positive step forward in the expansion of our orthopedic services in western Kentucky, of providing the highest and most comprehensive level of musculoskeletal care to our patients."

Donley, Dodds, and Peyton join Dr. Joseph Mesa, who has practiced at Baptist Health Madisonville since 1987. Dodds and Donley are board certified physicians with added specialty certification in surgery of the hand, as well as sports medicine.

Baptist Health Madisonville is part of the Baptist Health family of hospitals and physicians, one of the largest not-for-profit healthcare systems in Kentucky. Baptist Health Madisonville serves western Kentucky residents with eight locations across the region to meet the needs of Kentuckians close to home. As an integrated health provider, it includes 100 primary care and specialist physicians, a 410-bed hospital with a state-of-the-art 20-bed Critical Care Unit and 10-bed Observation Unit, an education and research division that includes a family medicine residency, award-winning women's health, advanced cancer care and a progressive heart and vascular center.

Baptist Health Orthopedic Care can be reached at (270)824-6655.

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