Dr. Andrew Grose is an orthopedic surgeon specializing in the treatment of simple and complex fractures of the pelvis and extremities, as well as joint replacement of the hip and knee. He completed two fellowships at Hospital for Special Surgery, the first in adult reconstruction/joint replacement and the second in orthopedic trauma. For the past 12 years he has worked at level 1 trauma centers in close coordination with neurosurgeons, plastic surgeons, acute care trauma surgeons, chaplains and psychiatrists to restore patients following severe trauma. In addition to treating acute fractures, he also cares for patients referred to him for infection, nonunion, and malunion following trauma, and does both primary and revision hip and knee replacement surgery.
Since 2011, Dr. Grose has studied and worked extensively in the field of patient safety. He was the recipient of an American Hospital Association-National Patient Safety Foundation Comprehensive Patient Safety Leadership Fellowship, and subsequently earned a Masters degree in Human Factors and System Safety. His area of interest is the direct observation of individuals and teams at work to promote both self-improvement and uncover system concerns that can be corrected to improve quality and safety.
Assistant Attending, Hospital for Special Surgery
Assistant Professor, Weill Cornell Medical College
Assistant Attending, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
Assistant Attending, Stamford Hospital
Complex trauma, pelvic fractures, nonunions, limb salvage.
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As of November 30, 2018, Dr. Grose reported no financial interest relationships with healthcare industry.
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State University of New York - Brooklyn, NY, 1999
New York Medical College, New York, NY, 2000
New York Medical College, New York, NY, 2004
Adult Reconstruction/Joint Replacement, Hospital for Special Surgery, 2005
Orthopaedic Trauma, Hospital for Special Surgery, 2006
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons
New York, Connecticut
Andrew Grose MD, Alexey Abramov BS and Kassime Berthe MBA. Safety in Surgery Beyond the Checklist in Surgical Patient Safety: A Case-based Approach. Ed. ED: Philip Stahel MD. McGraw-Hill, 2018.
Andrew Grose MD, David Asprinio MD and Mavin Tile MD. Complications of Pelvic Trauma in Fractures of the Pelvis and Acetabulum, 4th Ed. ED: Tile M, Helfet D, Kellam J and Varhas M. 2015 AO Foundation & Thieme, New York.
Tile M, Helfet D, Kellam J and Varhas M. General Assessment and Perioperative Management of Acetabular Fractures in Fractures of the Pelvis and Acetabulum, 4th Ed. 2015 AO Foundation & Thieme, New York.
Grose A. Systematic Observation in Health Care: Utility and limitations of a threat and error management-based safety audit. Lund University, 2018.
Halvorson JJ, Lamothe J, Martin CR, Grose A, Asprinio DE, Wellman D, Helfet DL. Combined adetabulum and pelvic ring injuries. J Am Acad Orthop Surg. 2014 May;22(5):304-14. Review.
Grose AW, Gardner MJ, Sussman PS, Helfet DL, Lorich DG. The Surgical Anatomy of the Blood Supply to the Femoral Head: Description of the Anastomosis Between the Medial Femoral Circumflex and Inferior Gluteal Arteries at the Hip. J Bone Joint Surg Br 2008 90-B: 1298-1303.
Grose A, Gardner MJ, Fishman F, Hettrich, C, Lorich DG, Asprinio DE, Helfet DL. Open Reduction and internal Fixation of Tibial Pilon Fractures Using a Lateral Approach. J Orthop Trauma. 2007 Sep;21(8):530-7.
For more publications, please see the PubMed listing.
What's Behind Teamwork? Teaching and Assessing the Work of the Team. AHA-Team STEPPS National Conference, San Diego, CA, 2018
Safe Passage/Lund University Safety Learning Lab. Host & Co-ordinator, Tarrytown, NY, May 2017
Prevention & Treatment of Lower Extremity Osteomyelitis Mangled Lower Extremity Grade IIIC: Amputation v. Salvage. Chicago Trauma Symposium, August, 2016
Co-chair, Human Factors and Safety Culture Workgroup. National Surgical Patient Safety Summit, August 2016
AAOS Pelvic & Acetabular Course: Heterotopic Ossification - Sacroiliac Joint Pain. September, 2015
My research interests are related to optimizing health care system design to improve health care delivery. The model for this is an interactive and iterative process centered on users (both professionals and patients) to ensure the ability to deliver high quality, compassionate, and cost effective care to restore health and well-being.