Welcome to the anchor Group

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Our Mission

ANCHOR is a multicenter clinical research group investigating adolescent and adult hip disorders. We are focused on improving patient care through research, education and mentorship.

Improving Hip Surgery Outcomes through Research

  • beaumont
  • raton regional hospital
  • boston childerns hospital
  • childerns hospital of philadelphia
  • chu-de-quebec
  • hospital for special surgery
  • mayo clinic
  • northwestern medicine
  • san-antonio mimlitary medical center
  • scotish rite hospital
  • university of utah
  • twin cities orthopedics
  • university hospitals cleveland oh
  • university of colorado
  • university of michigan
  • university of iowa
  • u ottawa
  • washington-university-in-st-louis

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