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Anthony LoGiudice

Assistant Professor

Anthony LoGiudice
Clinical Specialty
Hand and Upper Extremity
Board Eligible in Orthopaedic Surgery
Froedtert Specialty Clinics, 5th Floor
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
9200 W Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53226

Appointment Scheduling: 414-805-6655


Dr. LoGiudice joined the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery in September of 2017 as an Assistant Professor specializing in Hand & Upper Extremity.  He received his medical degree from Loyola University of Chicago in 2011 and completed his orthopaedic surgery residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2016.   Dr. LoGiudice completed his fellowship training in Hand & Upper Extremity Surgery at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus, OH.


Dr. LoGiudice will see patients at Froedtert Hospital and the West Bend Health Center.

Why I chose MCW

I was lucky to see the excellent care provided by the Orthopaedic Surgery department during an away rotation in medical school. I admired the commitment to quality patient care, the wide breadth of hands-on experience seen by the residents, and the sense of community that existed amongst them.

What MCW has to offer to a Candidate

I also had an overwhelming sense of the oft-described sense of “fit” that rising interns seek in considering residency programs. This same impression has only been reinforced since becoming a member of this program. The graduated responsibility we enjoy challenges us to keep developing as new surgeons while providing guidance and instruction as we proach new problems.

What I like about living in Milwaukee

Living in Milwaukee has been surprisingly enjoyable. After growing up in Chicago, I couldn’t be sure what to expect as I began my 5 years of residency in Milwaukee. There are plenty of great activities like Brewers games and summer festivals and concerts. In both summer and wintertime, it’s easy to stay active whether you’re skiing, biking, or swimming. It’s great having such quick and nearby outlets to enjoy some downtime when schedules in life get busier and busier.