Kenneth Duncan MD Retires from OCR
For Immediate Release: December 31, 2012
Contact: Armi Hall, OCR, (970) 419-7140 or email@example.com
Kenneth Duncan, MD, Retires from OCR
FORT COLLINS, CO — Dr. Ken Duncan has retiredafter 25 years in practice as a hand and upper extremity surgeon at the Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies.
Dr. Duncan joined OCR in 1988 at a time when the practice was known by its original name, Fort Collins Orthopaedic Associates, and was located in a building on East Elizabeth Street near Poudre Valley Hospital.
His retirement is effective December 31, 2012.
Dr. Duncan joined OCR after completinga hand and upper extremity fellowship programat Massachusetts General Hospital-Harvard Medical School (1988), andan orthopaedic surgeryresidency program at Texas Tech University (1987).
Dr. Duncanearned his M.D. degree from the University of Missouri (1982), and his bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University (1978).
Over the years Dr. Duncan has seen patients at OCR’s Fort Collins and Loveland offices.
Dr. Duncan notes, “I have had an enjoyable 25 years at Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies.МЁ
“I appreciate the trust that patients have had inmy partners and me,” Dr. Duncan said. “Thank you for your confidence over the years!”
He joins Drs. Roger Sobel, Lee Grant, Dale Kaiser, Jack Harvey, Robert Johnson, Ben Magsamen, Douglas Murray, and Charles Collopy who previously retired from the practice during its history.