Mark Hermann , MD
Phone: (434) 793-4711
Dr. Mark Hermann joined the Spectrum Medical in 1990 after attending college at Emory University in Atlanta Georgia and receiving his medical degree from Georgetown University in Washington D.C. (1985). Dr. Hermann completed a surgical internship at St. Vincent’s Medical Center Yale affiliate prior to his Orthopedic Residency training at Carolinas Medical Center Charlotte North Carolina. Dr. Hermann’s primary subspecialty focus is in Arthroscopic Surgery Sports Medicine and Joint Replacement Surgery. He takes special interest in shoulder and knee surgery. He is a member of the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery American Society of Orthopedic Surgery The Arthroscopic Associates of North America The Wilderness Medical Society as well as a member of the local and state societies. He attends medical meetings and courses regularly on his subspecialty interests. Dr. Hermann is active in the community especially with the local YMCA. His hobbies and interests including biking white water kayaking mountaineering rock climbing and most outdoor activities. He and his wife Wendy also share the responsibilities of raising their children Mackenzie Chelsie and Gavin. EDUCATION B.A. (Philosphy/Pre-Medicine) – Emory University Atlanta GA Doctor of Medicine – Georgetown University Washington DC MEDICAL RESIDENCY General surgery – St. Vincent’s Medical Center Bridgeport CT Orthopedic surgery – Carolinas Medical Center Charlotte NC Dr. Hermann is very excited to be relocating his private practice to the downtown Danville area at 109 Bridge Street. The move is expected to take place in early 2017. For more information visit spectrummed.com.
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