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James C. McLoughlin M.D.

Dr. James McLoughlin received his medical degree from Columbia University in New York City. Subsequently, he completed his orthopedic residency at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx. As a then active member of the US NAVY, he was stationed as a naval officer /chief of orthopedics at the Newport, Rhode Island Naval base. In 2003, Dr. McLoughlin served on the USNS Comfort in Operation Iraqi Freedom. From 2004-2005 he completed an Orthopedic and Reconstructive Spine Surgery fellowship at the prestigious Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore Maryland.  

Prior to his medical degree, Dr. McLoughlin received a master’s degree in nuclear engineering from MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts where he focused his studies on MRI and CT design and radiation dosimetry.

In Bay County Dr. McLoughlin is the only spine surgeon who is actively board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.  

He lives here in Panama City where he is married with 2 children.  He has been a Bay County resident serving the Panama City area since 2009 where he has been practicing orthopedic surgery.

Board Certification

Dr. McLoughlin is board certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery

Internship

Montefiore Medical Center — Bronx, New York

Medical School

Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeon

Military Service

Served on active duty in the US Navy including time in the Persian Gulf during Operation Enduring Freedom aboard the USNS Comfort hospital ship and as the director of the orthopedic surgical service for the US Navy in Newport, RI

Fellowship Training

Johns Hopkins University — Baltimore, Maryland
Maryland Spinal Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship — Towson, Maryland

Residency

Montefiore Medical Center — Bronx, New York

Undergraduate

B.S. Engineering — USMMA
M.S. Engineering
 — M.I.T.
Biology Pre-Reqs
 — Harvard University
Chemistry Pre-Reqs
 — M.I.T

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