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Anthony McBride

Anthony McBride, MD

Profile

Gender:
Male
Year began practicing:
1995
Year joined staff:
2011
Year began practicing in specialty:
1995

Specialties

  • Orthopedics

Languages

  • English

Education

Education

1988
Louisiana State University Medical Center (Shreveport, Louisiana)

Residency

1994
Louisiana State University Medical Center (Shreveport, Louisiana), Orthopaedic Surgery

Fellowship

1995
Texas Back Institute, Spine Surgery

Internships

1989
Louisiana State University Medical Center (Shreveport, Louisiana)
1990
Louisiana State University Medical Center (Shreveport, Louisiana), Orthopaedic Surgery

Physician Profile

Dr. Anthony McBride is in the business of getting people better, a business he got interested in as he grew up.

“My mother was a nurse and she knew I was interested in science so she directed me to going into medicine. That’s why I guess I chose it, the family interest,” McBride said. “I became interested in orthopedics after I completed medical school and did a rotation in orthopedics. I worked in construction in my high school and college years and orthopedics was a lot like construction work. It’s very hands-on and you can actually fix things and do things, and I like that.”

McBride said Owensboro Health Orthopedics offered an interesting, bright future coupled with good partnerships.

“When they approached me about taking a job here, I was interested in changing locations but I didn’t really know where I wanted to go. When I learned they were building a new hospital and wanted to start an orthopedic program at the hospital, that’s what primarily got my interest. After I interviewed and met the people here, it just seemed like a good fit,” McBride said. “I like what I do. It’s fun, it’s enjoyable. People have a problem and we try to find out what it is and try to fix it.”

McBride also helped pioneer the use of the direct anterior hip and reverse shoulder joint replacement methods at Owensboro Health.

“That’s another reason I was interested in coming here. Nobody offered those things (the new surgical procedures) and that was something I could offer,” McBride said. “I like the whole thing, I like working with kids as much as I do adults. I really think of myself as a general orthopedic surgeon. I don’t want to be specialized in one thing. If that’s all I did, it would get boring and I don’t want to have a routine job.”

McBride also has a family, with grown children, and he also enjoys fishing, hunting and firearms, when he has the time.

“I have a wife and  three children. My oldest son is a dermatology resident in Florida and my daughter is about to graduate law school from Louisville. I have one daughter that’s about to graduate high school,” McBride said. “We like to go to movies and go to dinner. We’ll catch plays when we can, when we have time. We like to travel and visit my kids in Florida and Louisville.  We have family vacations where we like to ski. There’s not one thing that I just do all the time. I like a lot of different stuff.”

McBride said he also works to treat all of his patients like they’re part of his family.

“I try to look at every patient’s problem as if they were a family member. I’ve had surgery myself and I know what it’s like to be on that end of it,” McBride said. “I try to think of it as if it were my father I were taking care of, how would I want to do it?” 

Board Certified

American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, 2007

Office Information

Doctor's Contact Information

  • Office Phone: 270-417-7940
  • Fax: 270-417-7949

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