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Approach to treating patients

Indiana University Health Physicians (IUHP) is the fastest growing, most complete multi-specialty physician group in the state of Indiana. We are comprised of the most comprehensive network of primary care and specialty physicians, and our partnership with the IU School of Medicine provides patients with the most innovative treatments and latest technologies offering more treatment options than anywhere in the state.

The Orthopedic team of IU Health Physicians is comprised of subspecialists in the areas of joint replacement surgery, sports medicine, arthroscopy, hand and upper extremity surgery, and foot and ankle surgery. We are dedicated to providing quality, patient-centered care focused upon comprehensive musculoskeletal care. Our integration and our collaboration with the extensive network of primary care and specialty physicians within IU Health allow us to provide coordinated and efficient care for our patients.

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Members in the Group

Michael L DiDonna, MD
Fellow of the AAOS
Hand Surgery

Philip H Ireland, MD
Fellow of the AAOS
Adult Joint Reconstruction

Robert Klitzman, MD
Fellow of the AAOS
Sports Medicine

R Michael Meneghini, MD
Fellow of the AAOS
Adult Joint Reconstruction

Jeffrey K Wu, MD
Fellow of the AAOS
Orthopedic Foot & Ankle Surgery

Office Contact Information

IU Health Physicians Orthopedics- Saxony Hospital 13100 E 136th Street Suite 2000 Fishers, IN USA 46037 View map Phone 317-688-5980 Fax 317-678-3222
IU Health North Medical Office Building 11725 North Illinois St Suite 520 Carmel, IN USA 46032 View map Phone 317-688-5980

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