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Best Docs with New Haven Living Magazine

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Five COS doctors were recently named to New Haven Living Magazine’s list of Best Doctors. In the Winter issue which came out this month, Dr. John Kelley, Dr. Peter DeLuca, Dr. Richard Bernstein, Dr. Richard Zell and Dr. John Daigneault were recognized. The Best Doctors in America® List includes the most respected specialists and outstanding primary care physicians in the nation, and is the result of more than two decades of work conducting the largest continuous and independent survey of the medical profession. Doctors Kelley and DeLuca represent the COS practice. The Orthopaedic Group (a division of COS) is represented by Doctors Bernstein and Zell. And Dr. Daigneault is a member of The Center for Orthopaedics (a division of COS). We congratulate them all!

John D. Kelley, MD

Sports Medicine
Shoulder & Knee Surgery

Peter A. DeLuca, MD

Specialties: Pediatric Orthopaedics
Pediatric Sports Medicine
Children's Fractures
Disorders of the Hip

Richard A. Bernstein, MD

Adult & Pediatric Hand Surgery
Surgery of the Upper Extremity

Richard A. Zell, MD

Foot & Ankle Surgery
Knee Surgery
Orthopaedic Trauma

John Daigneault, M.D

Sports Medicine injuries
Subspecialty in Shoulders
Orthopedic surgery

About Connecticut Orthopaedic Specialists, PC

Connecticut Orthopaedic Specialists, PC offers all orthopaedic subspecialties including sports medicine, treatment for problems of the upper extremities and lower extremities, joint replacement surgery, pediatric orthopaedics, and surgical and non-surgical podiatry. It is one of the most respected orthopaedic groups in Connecticut and has been providing quality, individualized care to patients for over 50 years. COS has eight locations with in-house physical therapy, three COSNOW orthopaedic walk-in centers, two MRI centers providing in-house diagnostic testing and its own surgical center.

For more information, please contact Ron Thompson at or call 203.407.3580

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