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Practice contact
320 Emergency Room Dr
Chapel Hill North Carolina 27599
US
Kurt Stoll
Orthopaedic Surgeon - General Specialty
Medical Student
Primary Practice: University North Carolina Campus Health Services

Practice Contact

Office Address
320 Emergency Room Dr
Chapel Hill North Carolina 27599
US

Biography

Dr. Kurt Stoll is an orthopaedic surgeon, fellowship trained in shoulder and elbow surgery. He specializes in shoulder replacements including revision cases, complex elbow cases, rotator cuff tears, shoulder instability, orthopedic trauma surgery, and general orthopedics. He completed training with world experts in shoulder and elbow surgery. Dr. Stoll began practicing with Northwest Orthopaedic Specialists in 2022. After completing his Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology at the University of Montana in Missoula, Montana, Dr. Stoll went on to obtain his medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle, Washington. He then completed his residency training in orthopedic surgery at the University of North Carolina Hospital in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Following his residency, Dr. Stoll completed advanced training in shoulder and elbow at the Rothman Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Stoll grew up in Sandpoint, Idaho and enjoys spending time with his family, hiking, skiing, and enjoying the Inland Northwest.
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Primary practice
University North Carolina Campus Health Services

Education & Training

MEDICAL / PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL
University of Washington
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