Tracy Rupke, M.D.

"I am dedicated to providing the best care possible for my patients. I love running and understand every patient's desire to return to their own life and activities."

At Summit, each physician hand selects a team of medical and administrative professionals who work together to care for you, our patient. Read more about our team approach to care.

Undergraduate Studies
University of Guelph — Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Medical School
Queen’s University — Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Residency
University of Ottawa — Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Fellowships
Sports medicine
University of Ottawa — Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Foot and Ankle Surgery, Harborview Medical Center
University of Washington — Seattle, Washington

Professional Memberships

  • American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
  • American orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society
  • Arthroscopy Association of North America
  • Canadian orthopedic foot and ankle society

Other

  • Instructor — AOFAS, AANA foot and ankle arthroscopy course
  • Reviewer — Orthopedics Journal
  • Multiple presentations and publications

Global Volunteer Work
Volunteering surgical skills in Honduras at One World Surgery/Holy Family Surgery Center

Personal Interests
Running, waterskiing, downhill skiing, travel, hanging out with my family

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