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Dr. Donald Roberts

Orthopedic Surgery
Vancouver, WA
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About me
I specialize in
Orthopedic Surgery
Sports Medicine
I have been in practice
44 years
I speak
English
Spanish
My answers and insights have
Helped 550 people
Received 7 doctor agrees
Here are kind words from others
I endorse this doctor. I have know Dr. Roberts since his time in Boston and at Harvard. I now have the privilege of working with him in the Vancouver area. He continues his career long devotion to excellence in Orthopedic Surgical care. His gentle, reassuring and well informed demeanor backed up by his surgical expertise make him a first choice for our patients and athletes. I would gladly have him care for my family members.
I endorse this doctor. Dr. Roberts is truly a great physician. He is caring towards patients, and a highly skilled surgeon in the operating room. He has the ability to think both compassionately and objectively. He is one of the most highly respected knee surgeons in the region, and when I have a difficult knee case he is the first surgeon I call.
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I am located at
200 Ne Mother Joseph Pl Ste 210
Vancouver , WA 98664

Accepted Insurance Plans
Aetna
BlueCross BlueShield
Cigna
Great West Healthcare
Medicare
PacifiCare
Premera Blue Cross
Providence Health Plans
Regence
SAIF Corporation
UnitedHealthcare
I was educated and trained at
Medical / Graduate School
Stanford University School of Medicine
Stanford University
I've won the following awards
Top Doctors, Portland Monthly Magazine
Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine, American Board of Orthopedic Surgery
Best Doctors in America, Best Doctors in America
I've published
“Factors influencing wear and osteolysis in press-fit condylar modular total knee replacements”:
Clinical Orthopedics and Related Research
Culture of Metarhizium robertsii on salicylic-acid supplemented medium induces increased conidial thermotolerance.
Fungal Biol., Mar;116(3):438-42 (2012)
Perspectives on the potential of entomopathogenic fungi in biological control of ticks.
Exp. Parasitol., Mar;130(3):300-5 (2012)