Nicholas Grosso

Nicholas Grosso, M.D., is the President of the Centers for Advanced Orthopedics.[1][2][3] He has served in the role since 2013 when approximately 130 orthopedic physicians came together to form the Centers for Advanced Orthopedics,[4][5] which today is the largest private orthopedic group in the United States.[6]

Gross is a Veteran of the United States Army, earning his MD at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and performing his residency at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.[7][8]  He is a contributor to conversations on migration of orthopedic procedures to outpatient surgery centers as well as alternative payment models.[9][10]


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  6. ^ Cohen, Jessica Kim. "34 of the largest orthopedic groups in the US by number of physicians". Retrieved 2021-01-06.
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