HANCOCK – Portage Health is pleased to announce the arrival of Dr. Anthony Beardmore
to its team of orthopaedic surgeons
Dr. Beardmore has been in the medical field since 1995 serving a wide range of positions in the military where he received more than 20 honors including 12 medals, several ribbons and badges, Army National Guardsman of the Year (1991), and Educator of the Year at the Brooke Army Medical Center Orthopaedic Residency in 2009.
“We’re tremendously excited to bring in someone as talented and experienced as Dr. Beardmore,” said James Bogan, CEO/president of Portage Health. “He’s shown leadership throughout his career and we’re excited to see what he can do for our community.”
Dr. Beardmore completed fellowship programs at Fort Sam in Houston, Texas and Keller Army Community Hospital in West Point, New York after he finished his residency at William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso, Texas in 2002.
“I love orthopaedics because you can really get good, long-term results for patients of all ages,” said Dr. Beardmore, who will be specializing in sports medicine, including working closely with athletes from Michigan Technological University and Finlandia University. “This is a good opportunity for me to take care of patients young and old, including working with elite-level athletes to get them back into the action as soon as possible.”
Dr. Beardmore is now seeing patients at Portage Health’s main location in Hancock, call (906) 483-1040 to make an appointment. To learn more about Dr. Beardmore visit portagehealth.org/beardmore