About Us

About Us

You. Only better.

A healthy body & mind leads to a healthy life & spirit. Barton’s goal is to elevate healthcare in the Lake Tahoe region, supporting the active, mountain lifestyle our destination is known for. As part of this commitment, we are proud to introduce the state-of- the-art, 26,000 sq ft. Center for Orthopedics and Wellness made possible by Robert & Lisa Maloff and The Fry Family. With prevention and education at our core, the Robert Maloff Center will enhance the health of our community by introducing an innovative and proactive healthcare model. The Center will blend renowned orthopedics and rehabilitation, a performance based sports training program and integrative wellness all under one roof.

Our Commitment To You.

We are committed to helping patients achieve their goals and reach their personal best. Through our unique approach and offering, Barton Health will guide patients to optimal well-being, helping them become the best version of themselves.

All Under One Roof.

Barton’s state-of- the-art facility offers multi-specialty services including orthopedic surgeons, spine specialists, physical medicine & rehabilitation specialists, a sports performance team, and pain-management specialists. In addition to extensive experience and expertise with knee, shoulder, hip, hand and joint replacement, The Center also features the newest rehabilitation equipment and services such as physical & occupational therapy, injury recovery & prevention, pre & post-surgical therapy, and sports medicine rehabilitation.

Robert & Lisa Maloff

Local resident, Lisa Maloff, made a $10 million donation in memory of her late husband, Robert Maloff. The Maloffs have always had a heart for promoting wellness, activity, and fitness in the community. Mr. Maloff co-owned and operated the Lake Tahoe Inn and Timber Cove Lodge. Mrs. Maloff was one of the founding members of the Barton Hospital Auxiliary, and the couple has supported many other local endeavors.

The Fry Family

The family of the late Dr. Paul Fry II, aka "Papa Fry," donated funds for the Center’s sports performance services, including state-of-the-art hot and cold water therapy pools. When Dr. Fry, one of the area’s first orthopedic surgeons, arrived on the South Shore in 1965, he had a vision for a center of excellence, and when he died a year ago he left behind an orthopedic legacy known across the county.