10 spine, orthopedic leaders retiring in 2023

Spine Leaders

Here are 10 spine and orthopedic leaders who are retiring or have announced plans to retire in 2023: 

1. COO Michael H. Boblitz, the first and only administrative leader at Charlottesville-based University of Virginia Health System Orthopedics, is retiring in December after 47 years.

2. Orthopedic-focused medical technology company Enovis is set to undergo a leadership transition following the announcement that current President and COO Brady Shirley plans to step down in 2024. Mr. Shirley has informed Enovis' board of directors that he plans to retire at the end of the first quarter of 2025, stepping down from his role as president and CEO on April 1, 2024. 

3. James Andrews, MD, will retire from his role as Auburn (Ala.) University football's orthopedic surgeon and medical director.

4. John Booth is retiring from his role as CEO and director of Spineology, a minimally invasive surgery technology company.

5. Lawrence Rinsky, MD, is retiring from a decades-long orthopedic career at Stanford (Calif.) Medicine Children's Health.

6. Orthopedic surgeon Rear Adm. Bruce Gillingham, MD, is retiring as the 39th surgeon general of the U.S. Navy.

7. Spine surgeon Paul Canale, MD, is retiring from Daphne, Ala.-based Baldwin Bone & Joint.

8. Staley Jackson, MD, an orthopedic surgeon with Lumberton, N.C.-based UNC Health Southeastern, is retiring following more than 40 years in practice.

9. Stephen Adams, MD, head team physician and medical director for the Chicago Cubs, retired.

10. Robert Eberhart, MD, of Portsmouth, N.H.-based Atlantic Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine retired.

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