ACRMC Marks 100th Orthopedic Surgery Milestone with Leading Surgeon: Dr. Krishna Reddy

Celebrating a Milestone: 100th Orthopedic Procedure at Adams County Regional Medical Center
Dr. Krishna Reddy, CEO Alan Bird, Orthopedic PA Kevin Hilgenberg, Surgery Manager Jody Puckett, Athletic Trainer Kaylee Newman, and CNO Rachel Cummings celebrate the milestone of the 100th orthopedic procedure at the Adams County Regional Medical Center.

The Adams County Regional Medical Center (ACRMC) is pleased to announce a significant achievement in orthopedic surgery. Dr. Krishna Reddy, an esteemed Orthopedic Surgeon, has successfully completed his 100th surgery since joining the medical center in October. This milestone underscores ACRMC's dedication to providing exceptional healthcare services to the local community.

Dr. Reddy brings a wealth of expertise and experience to ACRMC. Beginning with his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from Pune University, India, his academic journey has been nothing short of remarkable. He pursued orthopedic surgery studies at institutions such as Kasturba Medical College and Hospital in India, followed by a fellowship in Musculoskeletal Oncology at the Royal Orthopedic Hospital in Birmingham, United Kingdom, and Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee. Dr. Reddy's quest for excellence took him further to the University of Cincinnati, where he completed a fellowship in Orthopedic and Sports Medicine. Armed with board certification in orthopedics and enriched by his experiences at some of the world's leading orthopedic centers, Dr. Reddy brings a wealth of expertise and global perspective to the medical team at ACRMC.

"We are pleased to have Dr. Reddy as part of our medical team," stated Alan Bird, CEO of ACRMC. "His arrival has transformed our orthopedic program, allowing us to offer world-class surgical care right here in Adams County. Residents no longer need to travel long distances to receive top-tier orthopedic treatment; it's available in their own community."

Dr. Reddy's compassionate approach to patient care and unparalleled clinical expertise have earned him admiration among patients and colleagues alike. Reflecting on his milestone, Dr. Reddy expressed gratitude, stating, "I am honored to have reached this milestone at ACRMC. Each surgery represents a life positively impacted, and I am committed to continuing to serve our community with dedication and compassion."

Orthopedic surgery plays a vital role in enhancing patients' quality of life by addressing conditions related to bones, joints, and muscles. Dr. Reddy's dedication to providing specialized care tailored to individual needs ensures that patients receive comprehensive treatment plans aimed at restoring mobility and reducing discomfort.

“Dr. Reddy was exceptionally kind and genuinely concerned about my well-being during our appointment. He expressed confidence in his ability to address issues that others may have overlooked or deemed irreparable,” said a recent patient.

Dr. Reddy joins a commendable team at ACRMC's Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Department, including Orthopedic Physician Assistant Kevin Hilgenberg and dedicated athletic trainers Kaylee Newman and Samantha Whiting. Together, they uphold the center's commitment to excellence in orthopedic care.
New patients seeking orthopedic services can schedule appointments with Dr. Reddy at ACRMC by calling 937-386-3451. For more information about the comprehensive services offered at ACRMC, visit

About Adams County Regional Medical Center

Adams County Regional Medical Center is a 25-bed critical access hospital located near Seaman, Ohio, just 60 miles east of Cincinnati. Adams County Regional Medical Center is a viable and growing state-of-the-art health care facility meeting the needs of Adams County and the surrounding communities, providing a full range of services, including inpatient and outpatient amenities. Adams County Regional Medical Center is Joint Commission certified, focusing on the importance of patient care and organized functions that are essential to providing safe, high-quality care.