GERALD AGGREY, MD

  • I've been under orthopedic care for years. Switched to Dr Aggrey this summer. So glad I did. He's respectful, great bed side manners. Went over all risks and benefits of what I need. Offered outside the box for treatment options. Left great notes and information as to what is going on with my injury. I was able to walk in... read more - Katie M. - 11/15/2022 

  • I am now recuperating from my first complete knee replacement surgery, performed by Dr Aggrey, I felt very confident with him he explained everything in detail was there to see me right after surgery and he is easy to talk to very compassionate, I hope to repeat this process on the other knee as soon as this one is well - Frank S. - 11/10/2022 

  • Dr. Aggrey is amazing, he talked me through everything, surgery was a breeze. Recovery was much easier than expected. Hope p/t staff Beth and Katie are the best.!!! - Dave A. - 10/27/2022 

  • Dr Ryan and Dr [Aggrey] are excellent ! Staff is terrific ! Facilities are first class. - Jonathan L. - 7/25/2022 

  • Dr Aggrey was described to me as the best surgeon for hip replacement. I feel so fortunate to have had such a skilled, knowledgeable, and remarkable surgeon operate on me. I had total confidence in Dr. Aggrey and now three weeks after surgery everything is looking great; they have already removed the bandage and the healing process is moving on... read more - Tim H. - 7/19/2022 

Dr. Gerald Aggrey is a fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon specializing in hip and knee replacement. Following completion of orthopedic surgery residency at Duke University in Durham, NC, he pursued one year of additional specialized training in adult reconstruction at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN which focused exclusively on primary and revision hip and knee replacement.

Dr. Aggrey grew up in New Jersey and lived in the Midwest and Southeast for most of his education. He first felt the draw of the Pacific Northwest as a child when visiting family in his mother’s hometown of Beaverton. After traveling throughout Oregon and Washington for a variety of family events and experiencing the natural beauty of the region firsthand he knew that one day he would like to settle in the area permanently.

“I am excited to join the team at Hope Orthopedics and to add my specialized training to the toolbox at Hope to provide excellent orthopedic care in the Willamette Valley. I really enjoy helping people who are experiencing significant limitations due to bone and joint problems and working with them to restore their quality of life through non-surgical or surgical methods.”

When not working, Dr. Aggrey enjoys playing sports, especially ultimate frisbee and disc golf, as well as exploring the Pacific Northwest for new hiking and camping spots with his wife, two children, and two dogs. Dr. Aggrey’s wife works as an occupational therapist on the hand therapy team at Hope Orthopedics of Oregon.

Education

  • Undergraduate: Indiana University Bloomington, Bloomington, Indiana
    Bachelor of Science, Human Biology and Neuroscience
    2011
  • Medical School: Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine,
    St. Louis, Missouri
    Medical Doctorate
    2015

Graduate Medical Education

  • Residency: Duke University
    Medical Center
    Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
    2015-2020
  • Fellowship: Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee
    Adult Reconstruction, 2020-2021

Honors and Awards

  • AOA Resident Leadership Forum, 2019
  • William S. Ogden, Jr. Piedmont Traveling Fellowship Award, 2018
  • Washington University Distinguished Faculty Scholarship, 2011
  • Indiana University, Herman B. Wells Scholar, 2007-2011
  • National Society of Collegiate Scholars, 2008
  • Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship, 2007

Questions?

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