Courtland G. Lewis, MD

Courtland G. Lewis, MD


Joint Replacement
Hips / Knees


June 1, 2018

Dear Patient of Orthopedic Associates of Hartford, PC:

We wish to inform you that Dr. Courtland G. Lewis has retired effective July 1, 2018. We are happy to report that Dr. Daniel Witmer, a fellowship-trained Total Joint and Reconstructive Orthopedic Surgeon will begin on August 6, 2018. He will assist in any transition of care relating to his practice and begin to see new patients starting on that date. If there are any orthopedic total joint issues that need your attention during the transition, please contact our main switchboard at 860-549-3210 and we will be more than happy to assist you with the proper physician(s).

Timothy Taylor, CEO


Dr. Courtland Lewis completed his general surgery internship and his Orthopedic surgery residency at the University of Maryland Hospital where he served as chief resident in 1984. He was a fellow in adult reconstruction and arthritis surgery at Johns Hopkins University, completing his training in 1985.

Dr. Lewis was on the full time faculty of the UConn School of Medicine for fifteen years, and was promoted to the rank of Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery. He was the director of the UConn Orthopedic Residency Program for many years. He is currently Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery on the volunteer faculty of the School of Medicine.

Dr. Lewis is on the Board of Directors of the Hartford County Medical Association and is a Past President of the organization. He currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Connecticut State Medical Society and chairs the Society’s Legislative Committee. He is a delegate to the American Medical Association, representing the American Association of Hip & Knee Surgeons. He serves on the Medicare Evidence Development & Coverage Advisory Committee (MEDCAC)

Dr. Lewis has three grown children and lives in Farmington with his wife, Barbara.

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