In North Carolina, the Center for Orthotic & Prosthetic Care (COPC) has offices on campus of Duke University Medical Center and Duke Raleigh Hospital. In Kentucky, COPC has offices in Norton Medical Pavilion, Kosair Charities Foundation, and Shriners hospital for Children in Lexington, KY.
“This move allows us to align much better with our mission and vision for the Raleigh/Durham area market, and specifically focus on our rapid growth in the Raleigh market, along with the much added convenience for our patients and referral sources,” David Sickles, chief operating officer, said in a news release.
Our mission at Center for Orthotic & Prosthetic Care is to develop orthotic and prosthetic centers that provide the highest level of patient care possible. We strive to ensure our programs are beneficial to our patients, employees, hospitals, referral sources and are an asset to the surrounding communities within the orthotic & prosthetic industry.