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Rahul Banerjee, MD

Dr. Rahul Banerjee is a board-certified, fellowship trained orthopaedic trauma surgeon. Dr. Banerjee graduated magna cum laude from Brown University and completed medical school at the University of Chicago where he received Alpha Omega Alpha honors. He was a resident and orthopaedic trauma fellow at Brown University.

After completing training, Dr. Banerjee served in the United States Air Force and worked with the Army, treating injured patients and training residents at the William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso, TX. During his service, he was deployed to the War in Iraq and treated many injured soldiers and civilians. After completion of his military service, Dr. Banerjee joined the faculty at University of Texas Southwestern and provided care to patients with complex fractures and injuries at Parkland Memorial Hospital, one of the busiest trauma centers in Texas.

Dr. Banerjee is excited to bring his expertise to the patients and communities served by Advent Orthopaedics.

For further information, please visit Advent Orthopaedics (http://www.totaltraumacare.org).

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Specialties

Areas of the Body

Arm, Elbow, Foot and Ankle, Hand and Wrist, Hip, Knee, Shoulder

Treatment

Arthritis, Deformity, Trauma/Fractures

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Contact Information

Advent Orthopaedics Medical Office Building 1, Suite 308 Plano, TX USA 75075 View map Phone (888) 624-6882

Advent Orthopaedics 1501 River Pointe Drive Suite 100 Conroe, TX USA 77304 Phone (888) 624-6882

Advent Orthopaedics 3500 Hillcrest Drive Suite 1 Waco, TX USA 76708 Phone (888) 624-6882

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