Appointments: 541-322-2352

Jeffrey Holmboe, MD

I am committed to providing the best possible care for my patients. We work together to find the best treatment plan to help them return to the activities they enjoy.
Background

Board Certification: American Board of Orthopedic Surgery
Fellowship: Duke University, Durham, NC
Residency: University of California, San Francisco
Medical School: University of Maryland Medical School
Undergraduate Education: Yale University, New Haven, CT
Professional Memberships: American Academic of Orthopedic Surgeons

Bio

Dr. Holmboe is a board certified orthopedic surgeon, fellowship trained in foot and ankle surgery. With over 20 years of orthopedic experience, he treats a variety of injuries and conditions with advanced surgical procedures and non-surgical techniques. Joining The Center in 1992, he was an integral part of the growth and development of The Center. He primarily sees patients in Redmond. Dr. Holmboe graduated from Yale University and earned his medical degree from the University of Maryland Medical School. He completed his surgical and orthopedic residencies at the University of California in San Francisco and advanced fellowship training in foot and ankle surgery at Duke University.  

Publications, Activities, & Awards
  • Merritt Hospital, W.S.T. Jackson, MD and H.M. Reynolds, MD, sponsors the APR Noncemented Total Hip Arthrophasty
  • Highland Hospital, P. Slabaugh, MD. Chief of Service Treatment of Open Tib/Fib Fractures
  • Highland Hospital, P, Slabaugh, MD, Chief of Service Treatment of Femur Fractures using IM nailing
  • Merritt Hospital, W.S.T. Jackson, MD and H.M. Reynolds, MD, sponsors Results of Noncemented THA Related to Preoperative Bone Quality Assessment Submitted for Publication [Journal of Arthroplasty]

 

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Testimonials

“Thank you for repairing the stretched ligaments in my ankle and allowing me to return to an active lifestyle. You performed a Bronstrom procedure on my left ankle in September of 2014 and by January I was able to start training for a climb planned for August of 2015. Prior to my surgery, I was unable to walk more than a ¼ mile without experiencing pain. I had lost significant muscle mass on my affected leg and maintaining  balance was a challenge. Fast forward to noon on August 6th, I was standing on top of the South Sister, elevation 10.348 feet. Hiking and climbing have always been part of my life – thanks for performing the procedure that allowed me to continue doing what I love to do.” – Mark Motsko  

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