FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Anne P. McCormack, MD, joins Northwest Hand and Orthopedics
Shoreline, WA, September, 2011 – Northwest Hand & Orthopedics is pleased to announce that Dr. Anne P. McCormack has joined their practice and will begin seeing patients in Oct., 2011. Dr. McCormack is a board certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in Surgery of the Foot and Ankle, Sports Medicine, and Knee Arthroscopy. Prior to joining Northwest Hand & Orthopedics, Dr. McCormack practiced in Bellevue, WA.
Dr. McCormack earned her medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine and her undergraduate degree fromBostonUniversityin Aerospace Engineering. After medical school she completed a residency in orthopaedic surgery at Albert Einstein College of Medicine inBronx,NY. She has completed fellowships in sports and reconstructive knee, foot and ankle surgery at UT Houston, Baylor andTexasOrthopedicHospitals, as well as an AO/ASIF foot and ankle fellowship fromHarborviewMedicalCenter,SeattleWA.
“We are so pleased to have Dr. McCormack join our group. Adding to our orthopedic surgeons already in our practice, she will not only bring her expertise and experience to our group but will also help us meet the needs of our growing number of patients,” states President and Founder, Dr. Edwin Vyhmeister.
Northwest Hand & Orthopedics has a non-hospital affiliatedAmbulatorySurgeryCenterin Shoreline, as well as offices in Woodinville and Mill Creek/Everett. Dr. McCormack will work in the Shoreline and Woodinville offices. The practice also offers occupational medicine, physical therapy and occupational (hand) therapy. “I am delighted to be joining Northwest Hand & Orthopedics. It is an honor to become a part of a highly recognized group of surgeons here in the Northwest,” says Dr. McCormack.
Prior to medicine, Dr. McCormack worked as an aerospace engineer in theSeattlearea. Her personal interests include running, hiking, skiing, gardening and travel. She is a member of the National Ski Patrol volunteering at Summit West at Snoqualmie every winter. She provides charity care through Project Access to local residents, and works internationally giving free care in developing countries.
Dr, McCormack will begin seeing patients in October and appointments are being scheduled now by calling Northwest Hand & Orthopedics at 206-363-6947.
Northwest Hand & Orthopedics
19930 Ballinger Way
Shoreline, WA 98155