Dr. Ned Armstrong graduated from Duke University Orthopedic Surgery Residency. He completed a specialized fellowship in Hand Surgery at Duke University in 1983. He is an active member of the American Medical Association Piedmont Society and Duke Hand Society. He also enjoys teaching and serving as a clinical faculty instructor for residents-in-training at Grady Memorial and Emory-affiliate hospitals. He has been practicing orthopedic surgery in Georgia since 1984 and enjoys caring for patients with a variety of orthopedic conditions.
Ned Armstrong, MD
Board Certification & Eligibility: American Board of Orthopedic Surgery
Fellowship: Hand Surgery – Duke University, Durham, NC
Residency: Orthopedic Surgery – Duke University, Durham, NC
Medical School: Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, PA
Graduate School: Master in Science – University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
I became a doctor: to skillfully treat patients and intelligently teach them about their injury or illness.
I enjoy taking care of patients at Gwinnett Clinic because: of the accomplished facility, the variety of diagnoses, the sincere patients, and the genuine staff.
I am currently learning more about: trinity, human nature, physics, and dynamic hand rehabilitation braces.
In my community, I enjoy: Habitat for Humanity and church affiliations.
My hobbies are: history, computers, sports, business, and gardening.