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Practice contact
(317) 962-4777
(317) 962-0861
1801 Senate Blvd
Ste 535
Indianapolis Indiana 46202
Jan Szatkowski MD
Orthopaedic Surgeon - Trauma Specialty
Orthopaedic Surgeon - Academic
Primary Practice: IU HEALTH
Primary Hospital: Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital

Practice Contact

Office Address
1801 Senate Blvd
Ste 535
Indianapolis Indiana 46202
Phone
(317) 962-4777
Fax
(317) 962-0861
Email
szatkowski@gmail.com

Clinical Expertise

Osteoarthritis (Hand and Wrist) Arm Fracture (Humeral Fractures) Knee Osteoarthritis Hip Osteoarthritis Broken Bones (Bone Fractures)

Biography

Dr. Jan Szatkowski is dual fellowshipped trained orthopedic surgeon in Indianapolis, Indiana and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area. He received his medical degree from the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine and has been in practice between 11-20 years. Dr. Szatkowski attended Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota for his orthopedic training. Following residency, Dr. Szatkowski completed two fellowships. During his Orthopedic trauma fellowship, his training concentrated on traumatic injuries and post-traumatic reconstruction. After 6 years of practice, Dr. Szatkowski returned for a second fellowship in Foot and Ankle, to further increase his understanding and treatment options for his patients. If you request information or to discuss a possible appointment, please email iuhportho535@iuhealth.org or call 317-944-9400
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Primary Practice

Primary practice
IU HEALTH

Hospital Affiliations

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PRIMARY HOSPITAL
Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital

Education & Training

FELLOWSHIP
Campbell Clinic
RESIDENCY
Mayo Clinic
MEDICAL / PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL
University of Chicago
UNDERGRADUATE
Duke University
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