Richard M. Linburg, MD
Hand & Wrist
Areas Of Interest
|Under Graduate:|| ||Yale University -1960 |
|Medical School:|| ||Yale University School of Medicine -1964 MD|
|Internship:|| ||Yale-New Haven Hospital 1964-1966 Surgery|
| || ||Yale-New Haven Hospital, Hartford Hospital, Newington Children's Hospital, West Haven VA Hospital 1966-1969 Orthopedic Surgery|
|Fellowship:|| ||Hartford Hospital -1972 Hand Surgery|
Anthem Blue Cross
|Oxford Health Plans|
Dr. Richard Linburg was born in Denver, Colorado and graduated from Yale University (3 years) and Yale University Medical School. He completed his surgical residency at Yale New Haven Medical Center. Orthopedic Surgery residencies were completed at Yale New Haven Medical Center, Hartford Hospital, Newington Children’s Hospital and West Haven Veteran’s Hospital. Military service (surgical) in Japan and Viet Nam followed his residencies. Upon his return from oversees, Dr. Linburg completed his Hand Fellowship at Hartford Hospital.
Dr. Linburg specializes in Orthopedic Hand Surgery which includes treatment of the fingers to the elbow. He has multiple professional affiliations on the local and national level.
Dr. Linburg and his wife have raised their family here in Connecticut and reside in Deep River.
Appointments available at: Glastonbury and Rocky Hill office locations
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Surgery performed at:
Orthopedic Associates Surgery Center