Jason Anane-Sefah, M.D. is a bilingual, Mayo Clinic fellowship trained Orthopaedic surgeon. He specializes in hand and upper extremity surgery and is one of the few local physicians skilled in arthroscopic wrist surgery. He is also experienced in complex wrist surgeries, reconstruction and fixation procedures. He has an interest in some General Orthopaedics as well.
Fluent in both English and Spanish, Dr. Anane-Sefah is passionate about helping patients here and abroad. In addition to his role at Great Plains Orthopaedics, he has served as a physician volunteer with Hope Clinic in Ghana.
Dr. Anane-Sefah is active in professional associations, research and has given numerous presentations including “Grand Rounds: Pediatric Forearm and Wrist Fractures” at the Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC, “Family Practice Review: Diagnosis and Management of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome” at Providence Hospital in Washington, DC and “Grand Rounds: Management of Gout in the Upper Extremity” at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. His professional associations include American Society for Surgery of the Hand and American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, among others.
When not caring for patients, Dr. Anane-Sefah enjoys spending time with his family, hunting, beekeeping, farming, gardening, as well as attending and serving at church.
- American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
- Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN) – Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery. Microvascular and Microneural Reconstruction.
- Howard University College of Medicine (Washington, DC) – Orthopaedic Surgery
Medical School 1999–2003
- Howard University College of Medicine (Washington, DC) – M.D.
Graduate School 1998–1999
- UCLA (Los Angeles, CA) – Molecular Biology and Biochemical Sciences
Graduate School 1997–1998
- Louis University School of Medicine (St. Louis, MO) – Post Baccalaureate in Medical Education
- Yale University (New Haven, CT) – B.A., Neurobiology
- Honors / Awards – Sigma Alpha Epsilon Scholars Award (1994)