At Gwinnett Medical Center, our orthopedics team is dedicated to getting you back on your feet after surgery, and to educating you and your family in the process. We want to have you up and mobile sooner than expected after surgery, assist you with pain management and help you on your way with successful rehabilitation.

At Gwinnett Medical Center, it's more than just a procedure to fix a problem or alleviate an emergency. It's about specialty care with extensively trained orthopedic surgeons, highly accredited programs, cutting-edge technology and a patient-focused approach that gets you back doing what you love.

A Full Continuum of Orthopedic Care

  • We offer exceptional, state-of-the-art medical and surgical care for orthopedic patients.
  • Orthopedic surgeons with extensive training and experience in joint replacement and sports medicine lead a team of highly qualified orthopedic-specialty nurses, technicians and rehab specialists.
  • Program goals include patient and family education, early mobility after surgery, pain management and successful rehabilitation.
  • Classes for joint replacement teach patients and families about the total joint experience.
  • Our sports medicine program features some of the region’s best physicians and therapists.

Orthopedic Procedures

Imaging Services
We provide a comprehensive range of imaging and radiology services, both inpatient and outpatient, to assist physicians with diagnosing and treating their patients.

Our imaging centers are equipped with the latest technology. With imaging locations in Duluth, Lawrenceville and Hamilton Mill, our dedicated team of board-certified radiologists, registered technologists, registered nurses and other patient-care specialists provide exceptional care.


Resources and Information

  • Find a physician—Search our physician database by name, specialty or keyword.
  • Knowing what to expect before, after and during your orthopedic surgery can make all of the difference in your level of comfort. Visit our Orthopedic Health Information page to learn more about your procedure and the recovery process.

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