Dr. Clifford Jones joins The CORE Institute

The CORE Institute, powered by Excellence Headquarters, announced the addition of nationally acclaimed orthopedic trauma surgeon Dr. Clifford B. Jones, MD, FACS.

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Dr. Clifford Jones

Dr. Jones specializes in trauma, bone health and osteoporosis, adult and pediatric fracture care, infections, osteomyelitis, amputations, nonunions, malunions, pelvic fractures, acetabular fractures, periarticular fractures, spine problems, and foot and ankle trauma. He will care for patients in both The CORE Institute’s Arizona and Michigan clinics, allowing him to continue to treat his Michigan patients.

The Scottsdale location is at 7304 E. Deer Valley Road, Bldg 1, Suite 100.

As a lecturer whose research has appeared in several highly regarded medical journals, Dr. Jones won an Achievement Award from the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons from 2012-15 for his contributions to education, research, and advocacy in orthopedics. 

“The CORE Institute has quickly grown into one of the most respected and innovative musculoskeletal groups in the country,” stated Dr. Jones in the release. “I look forward to participating and contributing to their academic medicine program as well as continuing to develop their trauma program Nationally.”

‘Orthopedics This Week’ named him a Top U.S. Orthopedic Trauma Surgeon in 2012, according to the release. In 2008, he also was a Distinguished Visiting Professor, at the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany, who was involved with education of the Military Surgeons and operating on wounded warriors, according to the release.

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