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Gregory Montalbano, MD

Gregory Montalbano MD

Gregory Montalbano, MD, was born in NYC. He graduated from Albany Medical College and was awarded membership in the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha National Medical Honor Society. This honor was awarded to the top 5 students in a class of 128. Dr. Montalbano also achieved academic recognition, being awarded the Trustees Prize for outstanding academic achievement, the Sandoz Award for outstanding contribution to healthcare, and letters each year from the Dean of the College for outstanding academic performance.

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Gregory Montalbano MD

109 Patient Ratings
69 Patient Comments


Dr. Montalbano’s academic superiority was not only evident at the local level of his medical school; he also achieved distinction at a national level, scoring in the top 1% nationally on his national board examinations (a mandatory series of standardized examinations administered nationally that are required for medical licensing). With an outstanding academic performance through medical school and a top 1% national ranking on his national board examinations, Dr. Montalbano was able to select his residency training program from the best in the nation. He selected and went on to complete a one year general surgery internship at NYU, followed by a four year residency in orthopedic surgery at the prestigious and nationally recognized Hospital for Joint Disease in NYC. The Hospital for Joint Disease was at that time and remains a top ranked residency program that selected only 6 residents from an applicant pool of hundreds.

During his training at HJD, Dr. Montalbano received didactic and hands-on training with nationally and internationally recognized senior orthopedic surgeons considered the ‘best in their field’. Dr. Montalbano trained under the direct guidance of J. Zuckerman, MD, who is the now former president of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery. Dr. Montalbano also elected to travel to the University of Washington Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, WA for specialized training in the surgical treatment of traumatic fractures and musculoskeletal trauma. This Level 1 trauma facility is rated as one of the busiest in the nation, receiving cases routinely by air transport from Washington, Montana, Idaho and Alaska. Routine traumatic injuries at this facility included high speed motorcycle and motor vehicle accidents, airplane accidents, industrial fishing, logging and farming accidents, and snow mobile, ski and mountain climbing accidents. During his training at this facility he worked directly with one of the foremost authorities in orthopedic trauma care, M. Swiontkowski, MD, who was the chief editor and a contributing author to the definitive textbook on this subject. Dr. Montalbano also worked with the Harkness Dance Center during his residency training, providing care to injured New York City dancers, including professional dancers for Alvin Ailey Dance Company and the American Ballet Theatre, among others. As a result of his work with the dance center, he completed a research paper that was awarded the Hospital for Joint Disease Senior Resident Research Award for excellence in clinical research.

Following graduation from HJD, Dr. Montalbano went on to additional training at Georgetown University/Arlington Hospital in arthroscopic surgery and joint reconstruction. During that time he was a team physician for George Mason University and provided field coverage for various NCAA Division 1 athletic events, including the 1998 NCAA Division 1 Basketball Playoffs in Washington DC.

Dr. Montalbano is currently a clinical assistant professor at New York University School of Medicine and is a faculty member at Hospital for Joint Disease. He maintains a busy clinical schedule at his three private offices and in addition maintains an academic schedule as a faculty member of NYU School of Medicine, attending national conferences regularly and providing surgical training to the residents at NYUHJD.

Patient Testimonials

2014-12-16

7 weeks after hip replacement, no pain and return to normalcy Great work Dr Montalbano and staff.

2014-12-09

Everything is great will tell people to come to this dr when needed

2014-11-21

Great staff!

2014-11-21

Great doctor

2014-11-21

Great doctor!

2014-11-21

Great doctor!

2014-11-21

The staff is very friendly and is always willing to help. Awesome staff all around

2014-11-21

Great practice and Drs. I went through the 5 supartz injections for arthritis in my knees 3 times now minimal wait time great bedside manner by the Drs and PA and the Injections have helped a great deal

2014-11-17

excellent doctor,superior care,totally happy with everything

2014-11-13

"WOW" Dr. Montalbano and office staff extremely helpful and completely painless total hip replacement surgery.

2014-11-11

Oh very thorough doctor spends time with you Does not rush Office staff every kind and friendly

2014-11-06

Dr. Montalbano and his staff are great

2014-11-06

Dr. Montalbano and his staff are great

2014-11-06

Entire staff are helpful and wonderful. All doctors are easy to talk to and ver informative.

2014-11-04

Thank you for giving me my life back!

2014-10-30

Always helpful

2014-10-30

Wonderful job good surgeon beautiful experience

2014-10-30

He is an excellent surgeon and very good. Great all around guy .

2014-10-23

Caring and listens to his patients.

2014-10-23

Dr Montalbano is an extremely thorough physician in his field. He answers all of your questions without hurrying you through. His staff is a pleasure to work with, helpful and courteous.

2014-10-23

Great job again. Everyone was great.

2014-10-23

Great surgeon. Highly recommend

2014-10-23

Dr. was great, attentive, informative and performed an excellent surgery. I had no pain post-op and had a quick recovery.

2014-10-21

Extremely satisfied with the results, restored my lifestyle!

2014-10-21

Very happy with dr. Montalbano


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