Gregory Montalbano, MD
American Board Orthopedic Surgery/Diplomate
NYU School of Medicine
Clinical Assistant Professor
Fellowship, Arthroscopic Joint Repair & Reconstruction
University of Washington, Seattle
Harborview Medical Center, Musculoskeletal Trauma
NYU Hospital for Joint Disease
Residency, Orthopedic and Reconstructive Joint Surgery
New York University
Internship, General Surgery
Albany Medical College, MD
Alpha Omega Alpha/National Medical Honor Society
Member – Medical Honor Society
Member – American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Member – American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery
Member, Faculty – NYU Langone Orthopedic Hospital
Clinical Assistant Professor – NYU School of Medicine
Member – American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
Member – International Cartilage Repair Society
Member – International Research Society of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology
- Fracture Care
- Upper/Lower Extremity
- Sports/Work Related Injury
- Orthobiologics / Regenerative Therapy
- Joint Repair/Reconstruction / Preservation
- Joint Replacement / Robotic Surgery
- Arthroscopy / Minimally Invasive Surgery
About Dr. Gregory Montalbano
Gregory Montalbano, MD graduated from Albany Medical College and was awarded membership in the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha National Medical Honor Society. This honor is a coveted award given to the top few students in each graduating class. Dr. Montalbano achieved other awards and academic recognition including 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. Dr Montalbano achieved additional recognition scoring in the top 1% nationally on his national board examinations.
Dr. Montalbano did his internship in surgery at NYU, followed by a four year residency in orthopedic surgery at the internationally recognized center for orthopedic excellence- Hospital for Joint Disease in NYC (now Langone Orthopedic Hospital) . During his training at LOH, Dr. Montalbano had the opportunity to learn from nationally and internationally recognized senior orthopedic surgeons. Dr. Montalbano also trained at 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 the foremost authorities in orthopedic trauma care. Dr. Montalbano also worked with the Harkness Dance Center during his residency training, providing care to professional dancers for Alvin Ailey Dance Company and the American Ballet Theatre, among others. As a result of Dr. Montalbano’s work with the dance center, he completed a research paper that was awarded the Senior Resident Research Award for excellence in clinical research.
After residency Montalbano received additional training at Georgetown University/Arlington Hospital in sports medicine, arthroscopic surgery and joint reconstruction. During that time he was a team physician for George Mason University and various NCAA Division 1 athletic events.
Dr. Montalbano is currently a clinical assistant professor at New York University School of Medicine and is a faculty member of NYU. Dr. Montalbano maintains a busy clinical schedule at his 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 NYU-LOH
Dr Montalbano lives in Manhattan with his family. He enjoys reading, exercise, cooking and traveling and spending time with his 2 young children Hunter and Savanna.
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