CNOS Physician Receives 'Golden Stethoscope' AwardApr 12, 2021 02:08PM ● By Med Magazine
The Center for Neurosciences, Orthopaedics & Spine (CNOS) congratulates Dr. Daniel Nelson, MD, FAAOS, on receiving the Golden Stethoscope award. This award is given in recognition of exceptional practice of healing. The Golden Stethoscope Award was given by MercyOne staff, partners of CNOS.
“Dr. Nelson demonstrates MercyOne cultural beliefs. Dr. Nelson demonstrates personalized care, owning it, improve daily and innovation. Dr. Nelson’s passion for his patients and team does not go unnoticed. He is involved with his efficiency and offers resolutions to improve patient and staff satisfaction. Dr. Nelson is an advocate for patient safety and care, “ says the MercyOne OR staff in their nomination letter.
Dr. Daniel Nelson is board-certified orthopaedic surgeon, fellowship trained in Adult Reconstruction/Joint Replacement at the Southern Joint Replacement Institute/Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. He earned his medical degree from the Sanford School of Medicine of the University of South Dakota. Utilizing his fellowship training in joint replacement surgery, Dr. Nelson focuses on treating patients with hip and knee conditions, including replacements, revisions, fractures and infections. He also treats patients with other orthopaedic injuries and conditions, including orthopaedic trauma.
“Staff enjoy working with Dr. Nelson because of his technique, the difficulty of his cases, i.e. joint revisions, and the learning that is provided. Dr. Nelson is meticulous in all things he does in surgery which represents what surgery is about. Dr. Nelson exemplifies what a true patient advocate, leader and continuous learner is at MercyOne,” continues the MercyOne OR staff.