JACK L. GREIDER, JR., M.D.
Surgery of the Hand & Upper Extremity
Jack Greider Jr, M.D., has been practicing Hand Surgery in Jacksonville since 1981, in private practice since 1982. He was graduated from the Medical College of Wisconsin in 1974, completed a rotating internship at Illinois Masonic Hospital, then came to Jacksonville for a four-year residency in Orthopedic Surgery based at University Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida and Shands Teaching Hospital in Gainesville, Florida.
After a year on the University Hospital teaching staff, Dr. Greider performed a Hand Surgery Fellowship under nationally known Hand Surgeon Dr. Adrian Flatt in Norwalk, Ct., then returned to University where he served as chief of the Hand Surgery Division in 1981-82. While at University, Dr. Greider served with the Replantation Team and established the hospital's Microsurgical Laboratory.
Dr. Greider is certifed by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery with Additional Qualifications in Hand Surgery (CAQSH). He has been elected to membership of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand, the American Association for Surgery of the Hand, and other professional organizations.
Dr. Greider is the president and founder of the Southeastern Hand Center.
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