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JCA names Meyer ‘Alumnus of Year’

Honoree is doctor at Rezin Orthopedics

Published: Friday, April 26, 2013 6:06 p.m. CDT

Raymond J. Meyer, MD, orthopedic surgeon with Rezin Orthopedics, was recently named Alumnus of the Year by the Joliet Catholic Academy Alumni Association.

Dr. Meyer was honored at the annual banquet on April 11, at the Jacob Henry Mansion. Meyer has served as the official team physician for Joliet Catholic Academy for over 15 years.

Dr. Meyer graduated from Joliet Catholic Academy in 1982 and then went on to the Loyola University-Stritch School of Medicine in Chicago. He graduated in 1991, doing his residency in Orthopedic Surgery at Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago. He went on to complete a Sports Medicine Fellowship in 1997 at the Minneapolis Sports Medicine Center in Minneapolis, Minn.

These advancements in his education and skills put him in an elite group of orthopedic specialists who are Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeons as well as being Fellowship Trained in Sports Medi-cine. His patients benefit daily from this training and education as he compassionately treats them for their orthopedic problems.

Dr. Meyer cares for people of all ages, with special interests in the conservative and surgical treatment of shoulder, knee, and hip problems, as well as sports-related injuries.

He performs surgery at Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center, Morris Hospital, OSF Saint Eliza-beth Medical Center, and Deerpath Orthopedic Sur-gical Center.

He sees patients at Rezin Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Clinics located in Joliet, Morris, and Ottawa Dr. Meyer lives in Morris with his wife, Julieta, and three children. He is the vice president of Rezin Orthopedics and Sports Medicine and began practicing in Morris in 1997. 

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