WARREN — Richard Albert Keith Reynolds, M.D. has joined St. John Hospital & Medical Center as a pediatric orthopedic surgeon. Reynolds will provide comprehensive surgical care for pediatric patients with bone and joint disorders.
A renowned pediatric specialist, Dr. Reynolds most recently served as surgeon in chief and the chief of orthopedics at Children’s Hospital of Michigan and clinical associate professor at Wayne State Medical School. He is board certified in orthopedics and brings 25 years of experience in complex scoliosis reconstruction, hip disorders, limb lengthening, and pediatric orthopedic oncology. He also performs uniquely total joint replacements in children and young adults.
Reynolds, a resident of Grosse Pointe, earned his medical degree in orthopedics at the University of Saskatchewan. He completed his fellowship training in pediatric orthopedics at the prestigious Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto and earned a Masters of Health Care Management degree at the School of Public Health at Harvard University. Reynolds also spent 15 years as an associate professor at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles at the University of Southern California.