A good education never stops.
“I knew when I was 15 years old that I wanted to become an orthopedic surgeon,
and I worked hard to obtain the best education available to me. But education
alone is only half of good medicine. Since I’ve experienced orthopedic surgery
from a patient’s perspective, I know that the personal care and the extra time
I spend with patients is just as important.”
MD: SUNY Health Science Center at Syracuse, Magna Cum Laude
BA, Biology: Hamilton College
Residency, Orthopedic Surgery: SUNY Health Science Center at Syracuse
Internship, General Surgery: SUNY Health Science Center at Syracuse
Committed to bringing you the latest care.
“I’m committed to offering my patients the benefits of the latest techniques,
such as the uni-compartmental knee replacement and arthroscopic assisted ACL
By participating in professional societies, I’m able to exchange information
with fellow doctors and bring the benefits of the latest breakthroughs to my
patients. Everything that makes your care more comfortable and more effective
is worth the extra effort.”
Fellow: American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
Diplomate: American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons
Clinical Instructor: Upstate Medical School
Clinical Instructor: Upstate Orthopedic Residency
Clinical Preceptor: Le Moyne College, Physician Assistant Program
Hospital Affiliations: SUNY Health Science Center at Syracuse,
Community General Hospital, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Veterans Administration Medical
Member: American Medical Association, New York State Medical Society,
Onondaga County Medical Society, Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society
Giving back through charity.
Dr. Carr makes charitable contributions to several local and national organizations as an effort to bring about changes that he would like to see in the world. The list is a work in progress as the charitable efforts include staff events, fund raisers, donations and volunteer work. Recent donations were made to Partners in Conservation – World Wildlife Fund, CRES and the Clean Air Appeal through the Adirondack Mountain Club. The complete list of charities that Dr. Carr and his staff are involved with can be seen on the CNYOSM Community Involvement link on the Overview page.
Team Physician - Sponsorships: Empire State Games 2001-2002; Senior
Games 2001; The Great Race 2001-2002; Cayuga County Community College Football