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Anthony R. Viola, M.D., Curriculum Vitae

Specialty Areas Hip and knee specialist, with expertise in minimally invasive total hip and knee and partial knee replacement surgeries
Board Certification American Board of Orthopedic Surgery (1983)
Licensure Connecticut (1977)

7/1978 - 6/1981

Orthopedic Surgery
University of Connecticut Health Center
Farmington, CT

7/1977 - 6/1978

General Surgery
Hartford Hospital
Hartford, CT

7/1976 - 6/1977

Flexible (Medical-Surgical)
Hartford Hospital
Harford, CT


Doctor of Medicine
State University of New York
Downstate Medical Center
Brooklyn, NY 


BS in Biology (magna cum laude, Skull and Circle Honor Society)
St. John's University
Jamaica, NY

7/1981 - Present

New Milford Hospital
New Milford, CT
Active Attending Senior Staff
Chairman, Department of Surgery (1987-1988; 2010-Present)
President Elect Medical Staff (1990-1992)
President Medical Staff (1992-1994)

2000 - Present

Sharon Hospital
Sharon, CT
Associate Attending Staff

2010 - Present

Danbury Hospital
Danbury, CT
Part-Time Staff


National Board of Medical Examiners, Diplomat
American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons, Diplomat
Fellow of American College of Surgeons
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
Connecticut State Medical Society
Litchfield Country Medical Society



Private Practice, New Milford Orthopedics
(a member of Western Connecticut Orthopedic Specialists)
New Milford, CT

9/1981 - Present

University of Connecticut Health Center
Clinical Associate Department Orthopedics/Surgery


Femoral fractures with associate arterial injury. Orthopedic Review, October, 1981. Vol. X, #10


Femoral fractures with associate arterial injury. Connecticut Society of American Board
Surgeons. Annual Meeting. December 7, 1977.

Penetrating wounds of the neck. Connecticut Society of American Board Surgeons. Annual Meeting. December 7, 1977.

Femoral head dysplasia: clinical and radiological differential with Legg-Perthes disease. Newington Children's Hospital. December 4, 1979.