Hand Surgeon joins UNT Health Bone & Joint Institute

March 7, 2013

Board-certified hand surgeon Bobby Wroten, MD, has established his medical practice with UNT Health Bone & Joint Institute, located at the Ben Hogan Center, 800 Fifth Avenue in Downtown Fort Worth. In addition, he also has been named an assistant professor with UNT Health Science Center.

Wroten served as a hand consultant for the Texas Rangers baseball team for several years and also has treated world champion boxers, gymnasts, golfers and musicians.

Wroten attended medical school at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, TX and did his residency at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth, TX.

For an appointment with Dr. Wroten, or any of our providers at UNT Health, call 817-735-DOCS (3627).

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