Meet the Physicians


Raymond M. Bonneau, MD

Specialty: Orthopedic Surgery

Raymond M. Bonneau, M.D. attended medical school at the University of California Medical Center in San Francisco. Following graduation Dr. Bonneau did his specialty training also at the University of California Medical Center in San Francisco, one of the countries leading university orthopedic residency programs. He completed a four year orthopedic residency serving as the Chief Resident in Orthopedics at the University of California San Francisco Medical Center in his final year. Dr. Bonneau has been in private practice here in Marin County since finishing his orthopedic residency. He has surgical privileges at Novato Community Hospital, Marin General Hospital and North Bay Regional Surgery Center. Dr. Bonneau is board certified by the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and he is also a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.

Dr. Bonneau is the medical director of the Novato Community Hospital’s Joint Replacement & Sports Surgery Program. In June 2005 he initiated the program and leads the team in development including marketing, clinical improvement and budget utilization.

Dr. Bonneau and his wife Anita have three children, Ray, Joey, and Alissa. They have made their home in Marin County for over 25 years.


 


Michael Brown, MD

Specialty: Orthopedic Surgery

Dr. Michael Brown is originally from Oklahoma and grew up with a love of all sports. He attended and played football at the University of Oklahoma; he then went to medical school at the same institution. Dr. Brown’s association with the team medical staff both as a patient and assistant led him to an Orthopedic residency at Washington University, St. Louis. He chose a fellowship in joint reconstruction because of his desire to work with active adults, especially senior citizens.

Dr. Brown’s practice includes general sports medicine as well as primary and revision total joint surgery. He has been working as a Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon for 20 years and he says “it never gets old”. He considers it a privilege to be able to care for people – to evaluate their problems and carry out a treatment plan, with compassion and professionalism.

Dr. Brown has noticed that the biggest change over the years is the average age of his total joint patients – it has gotten much lower. People are more active now and want to stay that way. Arthritis is not a condition of old age, and the main reason to have surgery is to improve one’s quality of life. Dr. Brown has 4 daughters, all living in the Northwest in college and graduate schools. He likes to be outdoors enjoying the sun, whether it is playing tennis, golf, biking, or following his daughters playing soccer.


 

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