Boston Medical
Center's Orthopaedic
Surgery Center

Doctors Office Building
720 Harrison Avenue, 8th Floor
Boston | 617.638.5633

Yawkey Ambulatory Care Center
850 Harrison Avenu, 3rd Floor
Boston | 617.414.4865
www.bmc.org
The team at Boston Medical Center's Orthopaedic Surgery Center is led by Dr. Thomas A. Einhorn, Professor and Chairman of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. His specialty is hip and knee replacement surgery and he is one of the leading researchers in bone physiology. Dr. Einhorn has chaired the Orthopaedics and Musculoskeletal Study Section of the National Institute of Health, and has been President of the Orthopaedic Research Society.

Dr. Paul Tornetta III is Professor and Residency Program Director. He is the Director of Orthopaedic Trauma, a past President of the Orthopaedic Trauma Association and one of the leading surgeon researchers in the area of difficult fractures and fracture complications. He has recently won the OREF Clinical Research Award and manages referrals for complex fractures from all over New England.

Dr. Anthony Schepsis is a leading surgeon in the area of Sports Medicine. He is the Director of Sports Medicine and Director of the Sports Medicine Fellowship Program. Dr. Schepsis' clinical practice focuses on sports related injuries and problems of the knee and shoulder.

Drs. Einhorn, Tornetta, and Schepsis have been recognized by Boston magazine as Top Doctors in 2009. Eight other distinguished physicians complete the group. Dr. Tony Tannoury specializes in spine surgery and leads the art of minimally invasive techniques; Dr. Timothy Foster, Co-Director of Sports Medicine, specializes in shoulder and sports medicine injuries; Dr. Andrew Stein and Dr. Andrew Jawa specialize in hand and upper extremity conditions; Dr. Jeffrey Zarin and Dr. Hari Parvataneni specialize in hip and knee replacements; Dr. William Creevy specializes in trauma and sports medicine; and Dr. T. Desmond Brown specializes in orthopaedic problems in children.

For more information or to make an appointment, please call 617.638.5633 or visit us at our webpage at www.bmc.org.