KELLY MCCORMICK, MD
Dr. McCormick is very polite, listens and is willing to resolve problems. His nurse follows up on issues quickly. I would not hesitate to go back. - Anonymous - 4/19/2019
For the first time I really understand what is going on with my foot, what is causing the pain and what I can do to minimize that before other measures need to be taken. Thanks, Dr. McCormick! - V.B. - 7/06/2018
Great to work with. Friendly and kind staff.
Was able to get an appointment quickly. Dr. McCormick is patient and easy to work with. - Susan K. - 8/05/2017
Very pleased with all elements of my recent foot surgery and follow up post op. Would highly recommend Hope Orthopedics and Dr. Kelly McCormick and his team. - Mary O. - 4/13/2017
although i am still being treated,the service from front door on very acceptable,smiles at ever step from employees to me was perfect to my visit with dr mccormick .his service was always full of what he was doing and what i needed to get around at home. i felt very much better after my visit looking forward to my next visit - Arn T. - 3/24/2017
Dr. Kelly McCormick joined Hope Orthopedics of Oregon in September 2012 after completing a prestigious Foot and Ankle Fellowship training program at The Campbell Clinic, University of Tennessee. He says he enjoys focusing on foot and ankle conditions because, “Your feet are what ground you. If you injure your feet, you lose that grounding. And when your feet hurt, it seems like everything else hurts. I really enjoy giving that base, that grounding, back to patients so they can quickly return to the activities that they love most.”
Trained in minimally invasive orthopedic procedures, Dr. McCormick is currently the first and only doctor in Salem doing procedures of this kind. These procedures are most effective for patients and reduce the amount of down time after surgery.
Dr. McCormick has published several articles in peer-reviewed journals and textbooks and is the principal designer of a line of specialty orthopedic surgical instruments. When he's not taking care of his patients, Dr. McCormick can be found traveling or foraging the Pacific Northwest forests for edible fungi with his family.
To read about Dr. McCormick's success with total ankle replacement click here.
- Undergraduate: The Colorado College
- Medical School: The University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
Graduate Medical Education
- Residency: UPMC Hamot Medical Center, Erie, PA
- Fellowship: The Campbell Clinic, University of Tennessee, Foot and Ankle Surgery
- American Board of Orthopedic Surgery