Physician/Clinician Details

Hasbach, Thomas J. MD
Our new orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Tom Hasbach comes to us from Pittsburgh, PA where he’s practiced the past 17 years in a single specialty, 5-physician orthopedic group. Dr. Hasbach completed medical school at the University of Pittsburgh in 1977. He graduated from the Orthopedic Residency there in 1981 and has been board certified in Orthopedic Surgery since 1984.

Tom will be accepting general orthopedic patients and has a particular interest in adult reconstruction including partial and total joint replacement as well as revisions. He adds that two of his former mentors “taught me a great deal of orthopedic knowledge but also, before it was fashionable, taught me about the strong mind-body connection that is so important to the healing process.”

Dr. Hasbach enjoys hiking, biking, sailing and birding.
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PeaceHealth Medical Group - Oregon

Orthopedic Surgery
3377 RiverBend Drive
Springfield OR 97477
(541) 222-6245
(541) 222-6270
(541) 998-4422
Insurance Accepted
Atrio Health Plans
Managed Healthcare NW
Oregon Medicaid (DMAP)
Pacific Source
Private Healthcare Systems (PHCS)
Regence - BC/BS
Regence PC 65
Samaritan Health Plans
Trillium OHP
WA Labor & Industries
Privileged Facility Date on Staff Category Status Department
PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center - RiverBend 8/4/2004 Educational Current Orthopedic Surgery
PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center - University Dist 8/10/2008 Educational Current Orthopedic Surgery
Specialty Type
Orthopedic Surgery Primary
Board Status Certified Expires
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Board Certified 7/27/1984
Education Degree Program Specialty
University of Pittsburgh Residency Orthopedic Surgery
Allegheny General Hospital Internship General Surgery
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine MD Medical Education
Special Interest
General orthopedic patients, adult reconstruction, partial and total joint replacement, revisions