Dr. Barry Waldman grew up in Roslyn, New York on the North Shore of Long, Island. Currently, he resides with his family in Baltimore, Maryland. Here he has established himself as a world renowned orthopedic surgeon specializing in care for the hip, knee, and shoulder.
Formerly, Dr. Barry Waldman was a computer programmer, selling and programming IBM compatible and Macintosh computers. He also founded and managed a software consulting company which worked on designing and installing microcomputer based database systems and World Wide Web applications. Barry Waldman MD continues to use these essential technical skills today in his profession in the medical field.
Barry Waldman MD earned his Bachelor’s degree in Biology at State University of New York (SUNY) in Binghamton, New York. Waldman also majored in Creative Writing and graduated with honors in May of 1988. Barry J. Waldman then went on to earn his MD at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, graduating four years later in 1992. Continuing his education at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Dr. Barry Waldman completed a General Surgery Internship and Orthopaedic Surgery Residency from 1992 until 1997. Upon completion of his residency training program, Barry Waldman MD completed his Surgical Arthritis Service Fellowship at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City. During this time, Waldman was the recipient of two honorable awards: The Lee H. Riley Jr. Research Award from the Maryland Orthopedic Society and the Resident Research Award from the Johns Hopkins Department of Orthopedic Surgery.
Outside of his professional career, Dr. Barry Waldman is a family man and avid sportsman. He enjoys outings with his friends and family to watch his favorite local sports teams, especially the Baltimore Ravens and the Baltimore Orioles. Waldman also likes to stay active with a variety of outdoor activities including golf, tennis, and skiing.