From a Major League Baseball surgeon to a university chair, here are four orthopedic surgeons who retired or stepped down from their roles in the first quarter of the year:
1. Robert Eberhart, MD, of Portsmouth, N.H.-based Atlantic Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine retired at the beginning of January after 36 years as a practicing orthopedic surgeon.
2. Nabil Ebraheim, MD, former chair of orthopedics at the University of Toledo (Ohio) retired on Jan. 23.
3. Stephen Adams, MD, head team physician and medical director for the Chicago Cubs, retired in February after being affiliated with the team for over 50 years.
4. Timothy Kremchek, MD, founding partner of Beacon Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine in Cincinnati, stepped down as the head team physician and chief orthopedic surgeon for the Cincinnati Reds following a 27-year tenure.