This surgeon was submitted to G.O.S. by Leah Jacobs. Leah commented in his entry:

Practicing for a long time, in the area of central Massachusetts many patients have had wonderful experiences with doctor “H”.

He is thorough, informative, and trustworthy with many an amazing outcome.

Leah Jacobs

Dr. Paul Harasimowicz (MASSACHUSETTS)

Dr. Harasimowicz is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in all areas of general orthopedic care and surgery. He completed his residency at Tufts Medical Center in Boston and earned his medical degree at the Medical University of South Carolina, College of Medicine in Charleston, South Carolina.

This two-sport star was one of the best in the mid-50’s, earning All-New England honors in football and holding two track records at UVM. Dr. Paul Harasimowicz, a 1977 UVM Hall of Fame inductee, was a starting offensive and defensive tackle for three years (1954-56), and was selected to the All-Yankee Conference first team in 1956 and Small College All-New England the same season. 

Dr. Paul P. Harasimowicz, Jr. 1957 – Football, Track and Field

 Following graduation, he was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles and the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League, but decided on dental school at McGill University where he continued to play football for several more seasons, playing on the Eastern Collegiate Championship team in 1960. He was also awarded the Montreal Sportsman Club Award that year. 

In track at UVM, Dr. Harasimowicz held the shot put record (47’43/4″) and the University discus mark (143′) and captained the 1956 track team. 

In Gardner, Mass., he was a member of the Gardner Zoning Board of Appeals and the Director of the Gardner Little League for eight years.

Research Study in The Journal of Arthroplasty: Anatomy of the proximal femur as seen with three-dimensional magnetic resonance imaging

Website: Dr. Paul Harasimowicz

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