The Orthopaedic Center Announces New Leadership to Drive Growth in the Alabama Market
The Orthopaedic Center (TOC), a recognized leader in orthopaedic care, is pleased to announce new strategic leadership in the North Alabama area.
Mark Didier will be joining TOC in the role of CEO beginning May 3. Mark has over 33 years of healthcare experience, with 17 of those years focused on orthopaedics. In addition to his administrative positions, he is a Certified Medical Laboratory Technician and served in the Coast Guard Medical Corps for twenty-two years.
“We are excited to welcome Mark to the TOC family,” said Dr. Allan Maples, board President. “Mark brings over 17 years in orthopaedic practice management to our team. He has a proven track record in growing his previous practices in numerous practice mergers and optimizing patient outcomes. As TOC continues to grow in North Alabama and throughout the region, Mark will use his exceptional expertise to lead our TOC family moving forward. It is safe to say it is an exciting time here at TOC.”
Didier, known for his collaborative management style, said he is looking forward to the new role.
“I am honored to be a part of this elite group of physicians, surgeons, and staff. My family and I are excited about the opportunity. Our mission will be for TOC to continue to stay focused on the ever-changing landscape of medicine, and we will be driven to provide the highest level of quality care in the region.”
About The Orthopaedic Center
TOC is a leader in orthopaedics, providing the communities of North Alabama with world-class expertise and exceptional care. TOC treats patients in twelve clinic locations, two of which are urgent orthopaedic clinics, and eight physical therapy locations. TOC physicians are experts in all orthopaedic subspecialties including spine; joint replacement; hip; knee; foot and ankle; shoulder; hand, wrist and elbow; sports medicine; pediatric orthopaedics; pain management; physical medicine and rehabilitation; and trauma orthopaedics.
TOC is proud to be the official team physicians for the Huntsville Havoc, Alabama A&M University and more than twenty local high school teams.