Drs. Gary Botimer, John Serocki & more: 7 orthopedic surgeons making headlines

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Here are seven orthopedic surgeons making headlines.

Orthopedic surgeon John Warbritton, MD, is suspended from participating in California's workers' compensation system following sexual and unprofessional misconduct.


While traveling to his practice in Yuma, Ariz., orthopedic surgeon John Serocki, MD, died after his single-engine plane crashed into a building in Kearny Mesa, Calif.


Pediatric orthopedic surgeon Gary Botimer, MD, returned to Idaho to open a practice at Boise-based St. Luke's Children's Hospital's medical center in Nampa.  


Rachel Thompson, MD, is leading the Los Angeles-based Orthopaedic Institute for Children's International Children's Program team to provide free orthopedic care to children from Mexico with musculoskeletal conditions.


Orthopedic trauma surgeon J. Tracy Watson, MD, joined The CORE Institute in Phoenix.


James Browne, MD, joined the  American Joint Replacement Registry's 2018 Steering Committee as a representative of The Knee Society.


New York-based University of Rochester Medical Center orthopedic surgeon Emily Carmody, MD, hosted a workshop to encourage young women to enter the orthopedics field.


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