Dr. Jared Toman

Dr. Jared Toman is an orthopedic surgeon practicing exclusively at Colquitt Regional Medical Center.  Dr. Toman’s practice is housed in the Sterling Center, a new state-of-the-art facility that opened its doors in 2016.  Dr. Toman started his medical career at the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University, where he received the Admiral Lyons Award for being the top military medical graduate in 2004.  He accomplished his post-graduate training in Boston, Massachusetts, completing an internship at the Harvard-affiliated Beth Israel-Deaconess Hospital in 2005 and a residency in Orthopedic Surgery at Boston University in 2010.  At the same time, Dr. Toman earned a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts.

Following residency, Dr. Toman completed four years of active duty service with the United States Air Force in Washington, DC where he received several commendations and awards for his work as an orthopedic surgeon. Part of his time in service was spent at Walter Reed and Bethesda Naval Hospitals providing orthopedic care for soldiers wounded in Operation Enduring Freedom.  During his time in military orthopedic practice, Dr. Toman sought out opportunities to learn the best techniques in both surgical and peri-operative management of musculoskeletal disease, and he utilizes those techniques with his current patient population.  Dr. Toman recognized as Board Certified in Orthopedic Surgery in 2012.

Since deciding to make Southwest Georgia home, he has continued to help educate clinicians, therapists and patients with educational seminars on a variety of orthopedic topics.  When not at work, Dr. Toman likes to train and compete in running and triathlon events and most enjoys spending time with his wife and four children in their new hometown.



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