Dr. Alex Renshaw
Dr. Alex Renshaw
Courtesy of Ashlee Cheesbro
Marketing Manager
Highland District Hospital


Highland District Hospital Professional Services Corporation, in partnership with Adams County Regional Medical Center, is excited to announce the full-time employment of Dr. Alex Renshaw, an orthopedic surgeon specializing in total joint replacement and fracture care.

Additionally, Dr. Renshaw completed his fellowship training which qualifies him to offer patients advanced care in shoulder, elbow, knee, and sports medicine injuries. Dr. Renshaw’s practice, Highland Advanced Orthopedics & Sports Medicine, will be opening on March 3 and will be located on the second floor of Highland District Hospital.

Pairing Dr. Renshaw’s expert capabilities with Highland District Hospital’s newly expanded surgical suites, featuring state of the art equipment, keeps needed orthopedic surgeries and care local for patients and their families.

“Adding Dr. Renshaw to our team will complement our current orthopedic coverage by increasing access to care and allow us to address orthopedic needs in a more timely and efficient manner than ever before,” said Tim Parry, vice president of operations.

“Having Dr. Renshaw devote his career to our community by practicing in both Highland and Adams Counties, exclusively, advances the level of care typically seen in critical access hospitals. This is more than a ‘win’ for our community, it is a game changer.”

Dr. Renshaw graduated from Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Denver, Colo. He completed his residency training at Doctors Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, and his fellowship in shoulder and elbow reconstructive surgery at the Carrell Clinic in Dallas, Texas.

During his fellowship training, Dr. Renshaw provided orthopedic care to athletes of the Dallas Mavericks and Southern Methodist University, focusing on total knee arthroplasty and complex knee reconstructions for athletes during that time. He has currently been working at The CORE Institute in Phoenix, Ariz., where he treats complex shoulder, elbow, and knee problems. Dr. Renshaw’s experience also includes Level 1 trauma coverage to patients needing treatment for complex fracture patterns.

He and his wife, Jenna, and their three children are excited to return to Ohio to pursue service opportunities in rural healthcare. New patients may call (937) 840-6700 to schedule an appointment.