Andrew Campbell, M.D.
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Dr. Andrew Campbell is a fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon specializing in total hip and knee replacement. He completed his undergraduate degree,medical degree, and orthopedic residency at The Ohio State University, where he earned multiple awards for clinical excellence, leadership, and teaching. Dr. Campbell then went on to complete his fellowship training in Adult Reconstruction Surgery at the Cleveland Clinic. His clinical research has been published in high impact journals and he serves as a reviewer for the orthopedic literature.
Dr. Campbell has a special interest in the direct anterior and direct superior approaches to hip surgery, and is certified in Mako robotic-assisted hip, knee, and partial knee replacements. He also has extensive training in complex primary and revision total hip and knee replacement.
Dr. Campbell has an interest in sports and volunteering. He has provided sports medicine coverage for the Columbus City Schools’ football teams and coached football at Worthington Kilbourne High School. He also served as a volunteer for the Steps for Sarcoma Walk and the New Life Free Clinic.
Dr. Campbell and his wife, Amanda, who is training to be a pediatric oncologist, are excited to be back in Columbus and welcomed their first child in September.
To view videos about the Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted procedures Dr. Campbell performs, click the Patient Education tab.
UndergraduateThe Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Medical SchoolThe Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Orthopedic ResidencyThe Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
FellowshipCleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio