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Frederick D. Scott, Jr. MD

Surgeon Bio

Frederick D. Scott Jr., M.D.

Dr. Frederick D. Scott, Jr. is a renowned orthopedic surgeon with a deep connection to the Washington, D.C. metro area. A graduate of St. John's College High School in Northwest Washington, D.C., Dr. Scott pursued his undergraduate education at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County. As a Meyerhoff Scholar, he earned both a BSE in Chemical Engineering and a BS in Biochemistry.

Dr. Scott achieved his medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine, where he met his wife, Dr. Mina Garrett-Scott, who is a primary care physician. He furthered his training with two years of General Surgery residency and an orthopedic research year at the University of Maryland. His Orthopaedic Surgery residency at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson University (formerly the University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ-Robert Wood Johnson) included clinical training at prestigious institutions like Memorial Sloan Kettering and Jersey Shore University Medical Center.

Dr. Scott completed a specialized fellowship in Hand, Upper Extremity, and Microvascular Surgery at the State University of New York-Buffalo. Practicing in Northern Virginia since 2012, he focuses on upper extremity injuries and general orthopedic conditions, with a particular interest in trauma-related injuries. Dr. Scott is dedicated to incorporating the latest technologies and innovations into his practice.

What sets Dr. Scott apart is that he emphasizes understanding the patient experience as a key determinant of successful outcomes, ensuring that each patient is treated as a whole person, not just a condition. This patient-centered approach is at the core of his practice, enhancing both care and recovery for his patients.

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