We care, we heal, we succeed together

“The gratitude we have for each person in the organization is immeasurable.  Each of you makes a difference and for that, you are celebrated.”

– Adam Berry, Chief Executive Officer

Summit family member since 2010


Who we are

Summit Orthopedics was founded on our vision to bring comprehensive musculoskeletal care to the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area, as well as the Greater Minnesota and Wisconsin communities.

What we have here at Summit is special. We are a group of people coming together in collaboration to serve others, providing patients the means to achieve quality of life via orthopedic health and wellness. All of this is done so that they may stay active, healthy, and engaged in the activities and interests that make their lives richer and more fulfilling.

It is when we are all connected to that collective goal that patients feel confident in their care and have an exceptional patient experience.

Benefits and wellness

As an employee of Summit Orthopedics, you earn a comprehensive Total Rewards package including health benefits, cash compensation, retirement benefits, life and disability benefits, paid time off, recognition, and well-being opportunities, all aligned with our vision of leading a healthy and active lifestyle and being well.

At Summit, we value you and strive to provide a range of benefit offerings so you can select those that best meet your needs and those of your family.

Finding purpose in giving back

One World Surgery

In 2008, with the support of Summit Orthopedics, Dr. Peter Daly (Summit surgeon), and his wife LuLu, opened a 5,000-square-foot surgery center at Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos orphanage in Honduras. Since the Holy Family Surgery Center was founded, one-third of the Summit physicians, as well as other staff, have volunteered at the center. We also have a scholarship program available to staff which covers expenses to participate in a medical mission.

Holy Family Surgery Center joined with Surgical Care Affiliates Medical Missions to form the non-profit One World Surgery. One World Surgery funds and operates the Holy Family Surgery Center in Honduras, and has expanded to the Dominican Republic.