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Douglas S. Skura, MD

4.8 out of 5(75 ratings, 76 reviews)


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Medical Staff Department of Surgery Chair

Dr. Doug Skura is a board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon and has been providing orthopedic care for over 15 years. He is fellowship trained in joint replacement and offers a variety of services, including treatment of pediatric fractures, hand and foot surgery, knee and hip replacements, and arthroscopic procedures.

Throughout his career, he held many leadership positions, received several honors, including the American Medical Association Physician Recognition Award, and has presented numerous research findings to physicians across the country.

He is a member of the medical staff of Memorial Hospital.

Dr. Skura resides in Worthington with his family. His interests include family, medicine, sports, travel and teaching.

Professional Development


  • American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery - Orthopedic Surgery


  • Shadyside Hospital (Pittsburgh)
    Orthopedic Surgery
  • University of Alberta Hospitals
    Orthopedic Surgery


  • University of Alberta Hospitals
    Orthopedic Surgery


  • St. Thomas Medical Center (Akron)

Medical School

  • University of Alberta

Ratings and Reviews

The Patient Rating score is an average of all responses to care provider related questions on our nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. Learn more about our survey process. Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.


4.8 out of 5 75 ratings, 76 reviews) Douglas Skura


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I had a very good experience at the doctors even though I had broken my wrist. Everyone was very courteous and kind

Douglas Skura 5

I have the utmost confidence in Dr. Skura and he has cared for many of my family members.

Douglas Skura 5

When I got the x-rays taken, it hurt and made me cry, but it had to be done. The tech tried to go as quick as she could as she knew I was in pain.She tried to make me as comfortable as she could. When I got the cortisone shots the Doctor and nurse kept talking to me to breathe through my nose and out of my mouth and giving me words of encouragement, like you are do great, almost done. The Doctor explained what I would feel as he gave me the shots. Very helpful.

Douglas Skura 5