Gregory Hill, DO, FAOAO
Program Director, General Orthopedics and Hand and Upper Extremity, Microsurgical Reconstruction
Dr. Hill is a native of Akron and a graduate of Akron Public Schools. He received his medical degree from Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM) in 1986.
Dr. Hill is certified in Orthopedic and Hand Surgery with expertise in arthritis, traumatic upper extremity injuries, and microsurgical reconstruction.
In his current role at Western Reserve Hospital, he serves as Chairman, Dept. of Surgery and Division Chief of Orthopedics, and Program Director of the residency program. In addition, Dr. Hill serves as a Trustee for the Ohio University Foundation and the executive committee of the local chapter of the Ohio Osteopathic Association.
Dr. Hill is passionate about giving back to students and the Akron community. He serves as a mentor for OU-HCOM undergraduate and graduate students aspiring to become physicians. In addition, Dr. Hill is an active member of the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. and is involved in many community initiatives.
Dr. Hill is a retired veteran of the United States Army and The Ohio Army National Guard where he served two combat tours with Operation Iraqi Freedom.
He and his wife Judi reside in Copley, Ohio; have 4 adult children and 9 grandchildren.