The International Center for Limb Lengthening treats a wide variety of orthopedic conditions.
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International Center for Limb Lengthening
Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore
Schoeneman Building, 2nd Floor
2401 West Belvedere Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21215 Directions | Other Locations
Coronavirus Update: August 5, 2020 We Are Open and Safe!
Please note that the Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics’ clinics and offices are now open to all patients, and elective surgeries have resumed. Nothing is more important to us than your health and safety. No patients with Coronavirus are being treated in our Schoeneman Building at Sinai Hospital.
To ensure maximum safety in all of our clinics and offices, we are preventing the spread of COVID-19 in our patient areas by:
Extensively cleaning exams rooms between patients,
Frequently disinfecting welcome areas,
Continuing to require staff, patients and visitors to wear masks,
Enforcing social distancing,
Limiting schedules so fewer patients are in our offices at the same time, and
Screening both patients and staff on a daily basis.
Sinai Hospital’s Visitor Policies have changed:
Visitor hours will now be from 12-8 PM.
All visitors will be screened for flu-like symptoms and will not be allowed to visit the hospital if symptoms exist.
Visitors MUST wear a mask. A mask will be provided if you do not have one. Please note that cloth masks are not permitted.
No visitors under age 18 are allowed unless they are the parent of a child in the hospital. This includes the clinic waiting room and other public areas.
Patients (who are not under investigation for COVID-19 or COVID-positive) coming for a clinic visit or same-day procedure may have one designated visitor/support person.
Adult surgical patients are permitted one visitor/support person that may change by the calendar day (not more frequently) during the course of the patient’s hospitalization. A second visitor accompanying an adult patient having surgery may wait in a Procedural Waiting Area tent if they do not have another alternative.
Pediatric patients having surgery may have two designated parents/caregivers accompanying the patient having surgery.
Pediatric inpatients who are not COVID positive may have 2 designated parents/caregivers; the parents/caregivers must have been COVID tested in advance with documentation of negative results.
Please click here for the most up-to-date hospital visitor policies.