Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Dorchester's Dr. Jason Weber Back In Nebraska, Joins Lincoln Clinic

Lincoln Orthopaedic Center (LOC) surgeons and staff are pleased to welcome Jason P. Weber, MD, a 2001 graduate of Dorchester High School.

Dr. Matt Reckmeyer, president of LOC, said, “We are pleased to welcome Jason Weber to the medical staff of LOC. He will add a much needed specialty to our practice with his foot and ankle expertise. We look forward to Dr. Weber continuing our tradition of providing superior orthopaedic surgical care to Lincoln and surrounding communities.”

Dr. Weber joins the expert surgeons at Lincoln Orthopaedic Center while specializing in foot and ankle care. Dr. Weber is a Nebraska native where he studied at the University of Nebraska and graduated with honors and highest distinction.

Dr. Weber pursued his interest in medicine by attending the Nebraska College of Medicine (UNMC), earning his doctorate in 2009. Dr. Weber was a member of Alpha Omega Alpha, Honor Medical Society and the medical school admissions committee. He was welcomed into the orthopaedic surgery residency at Georgetown University Hospital, where he served as the academic chief and completed research on many surgeries.

Dr. Weber completed an orthopaedic foot and ankle fellowship at the Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Center of Washington D.C. where he focused on foot and ankle care in the clinical, surgical and academic setting.

LOC’s, Dr. Doug Tewes, inspired Jason Weber to pursue medicine as a young athlete. Dr. Tewes said, “Jason was a good athlete and student in high school, when I first met him. Because of his interest in medicine and his hard work ethic, he shadowed me and I got to know him well. I followed him as he obtained his medical degree at UNMC, during his fellowships and I was eager to get him back to Nebraska.”

For more information about Dr. Weber visit www.ortholinc.com. For an appointment, call 402-436-2000.

1 comment:

  1. So impressive and such a good family. Thanks for posting


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