Rush Memorial is pleased to announce the addition of Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr. Jeffrey Ginther, fellowship trained in joint replacement specializing in knee and hip. His specialties include Orthopedic Surgery, Hip & Knee Orthopedics, and Reconstructive Orthopedic Surgery. By combining tourniquet less knee replacement, computer assisted surgeries and cryoneurolysis, Rush Memorial Hospital will be considered the best in the world for this type of treatment.
Dr. Ginther is a native of Indiana. He entered West Point in 1970 and attended the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences near Walter Reed Hospital in Bethesda, Maryland. After graduating with honors in 1984, he served in the Gulf War in Al Dhahran, Saudi Arabia in the 123rd Combat Army Support Hospital (the CASH) (at a field hospital) for four months. In Saudi Arabia he was the Chief of Orthopedics first, then Chief of Surgery and then advisor to the Consultant Surgeon General of all of Southeast Asia. He left the service as a US Army Colonel in 1999 after 29 years of service. At the time he left, he was Chief of Orthopedics at the training center of the Dwight David Eisenhower Army Medical Center in Augusta, Georgia. After retirement, he went into private practice in Noblesville, IN for the past 22 years. He has totaled over 8,000 surgical procedures in his lifetime.
Dr. Ginther’s caring attitude, knowledge of his subject, positive outcomes and thorough explanations to his patients fits perfectly into the Rush Memorial Hospital culture. He is located at Rush Memorial Hospital Specialists/Orthopedics, 110 East 13th Street, Rushville, 765-932-7063.