Beacon to celebrate first year, welcome new doctor

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Dr. Goddard

WILMINGTON — The public is invited to join Beacon Orthopaedics to celebrate their first year in their space at Wilmington Sports Sciences Center and to also welcome Dr. Nicole Goddard, D.O. into the Clinton County community. Abby Williams, a graduate of Wilmington College, will be playing live music and there will also be a fresh holiday arrangement to raffle at the open house to be held 4-6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1 at the Wilmington College Center for Sport Sciences, 720 Elm St.

Nicole Goddard joined the Beacon team in August after completing her extensive fellowship training at the Cleveland Clinic where she covered the Cleveland Indians and the NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers in 2015 as a sports medicine fellow.

She welcomes new patients with orthopedic or musculoskeletal injury. Dr. Goddard will see patients in the Beacon Wilmington location and assist in medical coverage at local sporting events at Wilmington College and area high schools in the Clinton County community.

Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine at the Center for Sports Science is the seventh Beacon location in the tri-state area — the third Beacon office to open in as many years. Led by Cincinnati Reds and Wilmington College medical director Dr. Timothy Kremchek, Beacon’s team of board certified and fellowship trained physicians offer sports medicine, spine, hand and upper extremity, and foot and ankle care to the Wilmington community.

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