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Meet Our Providers: Ronald W. Hillock, M.D.

At Nevada Orthopedic & Spine Center, all of our Orthopedic Surgeons are board certified and fellowship trained in their respective specialties. We offer quality health care you can trust. As a patient, it is important to learn about the orthopedic surgeon that you are visiting at our office.

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MEET RONALD W. HILLOCK, M.D.

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Ronald W. Hillock, M.D. joined Nevada Orthopedic & Spine Center in 2011. Dr. Hillock is focused on the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal disease and adult joint reconstruction surgery. Dr. Hillock currently serves as Chief of Surgery at Centennial Hills Hospital and Medical Center in Las Vegas Nevada, as well as on the Board of Directors of the Nevada State Orthopedic Society.

Ronald W. Hillock, M.D. received his Bachelor of Science in Biology from University of California Riverside. Dr. Hillock attended Loma Linda University School of Medicine and received his Doctor of Medicine. He completed his Transitional Internship in Orthopedic Surgery at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC. He then completed his Orthopedic Surgery Residency at Texas Tech University Health Science Center, El Paso, Texas. Dr. Hillock completed his Fellowship in Orthopedic Oncology at the University of California in Los Angeles School of Medicine in Santa Monica, California.

Over the course of his career, Dr. Hillock has served as the Chief of Surgery for the 67th Combat Support Hospital during Operation Iraqi Freedom and Chief of Orthopedic Surgery Rehabilitation Service at the US Army Hospital in Heidelberg, Germany. He has served as the chairman of the “Patient Safety Committee” for the Loma Linda University Medical Center Orthopedic Hospital.

Ronald W. Hillock, M.D. was born in Dover, Delaware.

Request an appointment with Ronald W. Hillock, M.D. or call 702-258-3773.

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