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Alex C. McLaren, M.D.
Director
Banner Good Samaritan
Orthopaedic Residency Program

Alex C. McLaren, M.D.
Alex C. McLaren, M.D.

Alex C. McLaren, M.D. developed and directs the Banner Orthopedic Residency with a focus on scholarly activity and professionalism. After graduating from Queen’s University School of Medicine, Kingston, Ontario, Canada in 1977, Dr. McLaren completed his orthopedic residency at the University of Western Ontario in 1982 and a fellowship in orthopaedic research at the University of Southern California in 1983.

Dr. McLaren practiced at the University of Western Ontario until 1990 when he relocated to Phoenix, Arizona to pursue his academic and clinical interests in orthopedic infections, revision arthroplasty and complex musculoskeletal trauma. He served as the Chairman and Residency Program Director in Orthopaedics at Maricopa Medical Center in Phoenix from 1997 to 2000. Dr. McLaren is actively involved in the MusculoSkeletal Infection Society (MSIS) having served as its President in 2003 and continues to investigate and publish on local delivery of antimicrobials. He is the Host Course Director for the SouthWest Orthopaedic Trauma Association (SWOTA) annual Resident Fracture course. He is actively involved in research and continues to publish original research related to orthopaedic infections, trauma and reconstruction.

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