Robert Tait, MD
The Joint Replacement Center at the Orthopaedic Institute of Henderson
10561 Jeffreys Street Suite 230
Henderson, NV 89052
About the Doctor
Dr. Robert Tait is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon who specializes in hip, knee, and shoulder arthritis and other painful disorders. He is the Chief of Staff at St. Rose Dominican Hospital Siena in Henderson, NV.
Dr. Tait has extensive experience in less invasive hip and knee replacements (total and partial), arthroscopy, osteotomies, joint preserving surgery, and advanced shoulder surgery techniques, including arthroscopic repair of rotator cuff tears. He has special expertise in complex revision/failed total hip and knee surgery.
Dr. Tait has presented and taught at national meetings, and regularly instructs surgeons in the operating room and lab on the use of new implants and techniques. He is known for his ability to handle the most difficult total joint revision cases and is respected among his peers as an expert in his field.
Current Appointment: Chief of Staff, St. Rose Dominican Hospital Siena in Henderson, NV
Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin
Residency: University of Nebraska
Fellowship: Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital
Specialties: Knee Replacement, Hip Replacement, Shoulder Replacement
Professional Affiliations: American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Diplomate NBME (National Board of Medical Examiners)
Awards: Dean's Scholarship for Brigham Young University, Bemis Memorial Scholarship for the Medical College of Wisconsin, Walter Zeit Fellows Leadership Award from Medical College of Wisconsin, Who's Who of Medical Students in 1989, Frank P. Stone Award and the Most Outstanding Chief Resident Award from the University of Nebraska Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Positive Impact Award for St. Rose Hospital
Media Clips"Orthopedic Collaboration & Customizing Patient Care: Q&A with Dr. Robert Tait of The Orthopaedic Institute of Henderson" (Becker's Orthopedic Review)
"Knee-replacement advances help hall of famer gain his pain free wish" (Las Vegas Sun)