WINDWARD ORTHOPAEDIC GROUP | Linda Rasmussen, M.D.
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Linda Rasmussen, M.D.

Practice Focus: Total Joint and Knee Surgeon
Clinical Practice since: 1994 with Windward Orthopedic Group, Inc.
College: Saint Martin’s University Lacey, WA 1980-1984
Medical School: University of Washington School of Medicine 1984-1988

Internship:

  • University of Washington General Surgery Program 1988-1989 

Residency:

  • San Francisco Orthopedic Residency Training Program 1989-1994

Linda Rasmussen, M.D.

Board Certification:

  • American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons 1996-current, Recertified until 2016.

 

Hospital Privileges:

  • Castle Medical Center
  • Shriners Hospital for Children

 

Professional Associations:

  • Board of Councilors Hawaii representative to the American Academy of Orthopedic surgeons 2009-2015
  • President, Western Orthopedic Association 2008-2009
  • First Vice President, WOA 2007-2008
  • Second Vice President, WOA 2006-2007
  • Secretary, WOA 2003-2006
  • Junior Board Member 2001-2003
  • President, Hawaii Medical Association 2006-2007
  • Secretary, Honolulu County Medical Association 2004
  • Legislative Co-chair, Hawaii Medical Association
  • Legislative liaison, Hawaii Orthopedic Association
  • President, Hawaii Orthopedic Association 2000
  • Vice President, HOA, 1999
  • Secretary, HOA 1998
  • Chair, Walk for Arthritis, 1998-2008

 

Interests:

  • Photography, horseback riding, exercise and wood working.

 

Personal:

  • Married 20 years. Three children, Janae, Zachary and Alyssa. Grew up on a 360 acre dairy farm in Eatonville, Washington. Oldest of 7 children (6 girls and 1 boy).

 

Extended Bio:

Born and raised on a dairy farm in Eatonville, Washington. After graduating from University of Washington medical school, my internship was spent at UW in General Surgery. I then completed 5 years of orthopedic residency in San Francisco. One year was spent doing research in total joint replacements and spine surgery. In 1994, I joined the Windward orthopedic group in Kailua and Kaneohe. My specialty is hip and knee reconstruction. In addition, I volunteer at the Shriners Hospital for Children where I do hip and knee replacements on teenagers.

 

In 2000, Hawaii Medical Association Physician of the year. Former President and Secretary of the Hawaii Medical Association, Secretary of the Honolulu County Medical Association. Current legislative chairperson for the HMA. Former Arthritis Foundation Physical of the year. Former President of the Western Orthopedic Regional Association and the first woman to lead a regional orthopedic society. The second woman to become a member of the American Association of the Hip and Knee surgeons. Hawaii Orthopedic association President as well as representative to the national orthopedic association from Hawaii as the Board of Councilor. Started the non-profit association “Save Our Doctors” in Hawaii to involve patients in lobbying efforts to support healthcare reform.