AVON — Indiana University Health West Hospital has a new surgeon to help meet the growing orthopedic needs of the community.
Brian Keyes, D.O., joined the medical staff at IU Health West Hospital on Oct. 7.
“Every patient wants a physician that is compassionate and who will listen to their needs,” Keyes said. “They also want a physician who is well trained to provide them with excellent care. I strive for comprehensive patient care that involves integrating patient wishes and needs with the most current medical treatments. This requires a team approach centered on the patient. From conservative, non-surgical options to innovative surgical procedures, I strive to offer patients the most complete care they deserve.”
Keyes attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison for his undergraduate degree. He obtained his doctorate from Midwestern University in Chicago, and followed with an orthopedic residency at St. John Health System-DMC program in Detroit.
At Indiana University, Keyes completed a sub-specialty fellowship in total joint reconstruction. His practice focuses on total hip and knee replacement and revisions, partial joint replacements, orthopedic fracture care, computer assisted surgical navigation, and general orthopedics.
For more information about Keyes and the Orthopedic & Sports Medicine program at IU Health West Hospital, visit the website at www.iuhealth.org/west and choose “Orthopedic & Sports Medicine” under the “Treatments & Conditions” tab.
IU Health West Hospital is a full-service, 127-bed, community-based hospital, rooted in the history of excellence established by Indiana University’s heritage hospitals: IU Health Methodist Hospital, IU Health University Hospital and Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health.