Jason Fond has been an orthopedic surgeon for many years in the upstate New York area. He is currently the Director of Orthopedic Surgery for Nyack Hospital in Nyack, New York. This hospital serves the greater Rockland County area with excellent service based on an adherence to quality care, capable physicians, and the efficient allocation of resources. Dr. Fond formed his own private practice, where he worked for years before in the area and was later absorbed into Northeast Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, of which he is a partner physician. To be an orthopedic surgeon like Dr. Fond, you have to put in extensive time and effort to get the necessary education and experience.
Orthopedic surgeons like Jason Fond often have to pass through 14 years of formal education before they can practice on their own. Jason Fond graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Tufts University in 1991. All doctors of all specialties have to earn a bachelor’s degree before they can be eligible for medical school. To get into medical school, you have to possess an excellent undergraduate Grade Point Average and perform well on the Medical College Aptitude Test, among other deciding factors. Dr. Fond attended medical school at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, graduating in 1995. Following his residency in Orthopedic Surgery at Montefiore Medical Center, Dr. Fond gained more experience as a resident in the Sports Medicine program at Georgetown University.
Jason Fond has since worked for a number of private practices, sports teams, and hospitals during his long and distinguished career.