Margaret Jain, MD
My goals are to engage patients in treatment decisions and encourage them to be active participants in their care; I believe in listening to patients first and foremost and having them dictate treatment choices. I don’t always save lives, but I believe as a hand surgeon I am saving lifestyles—allowing all people to get back to doing what makes them happy as best they can—whether that is a hobby, an occupation, a sport or caring for their loved ones.
Why The Doctors Clinic:
I love working in the community where I live, Kitsap county. The Doctor’s Clinic allows me to collaborate with other providers in the area and maintain some autonomy over my practice. I truly believe TDC provides me the best environment to care passionately for my patients.
Joined The Doctors Clinic:
Associations / Honors / Awards:
Young Leader Program, American Society for Surgeons of the Hand, 2016
Member, American Society for Surgeons of the Hand
Member, The American Association of Hand Surgery
Fellow, The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
Member, Ruth Jackson Orthopedic Society
Member, Association of Women Surgeons
Doctor of Medicine from The University of Virginia School of Medicine, 2006
Bachelor’s Degree from The University of Virginia, 2002
Residency / Fellowship:
Residency in Orthopedic Surgery from Washington University in St. Louis, 2006-2011
CV Starr/Roosevelt Hospital Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery Fellowship, 2011-2012
Certification / Licensure:
Board Certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons
Added Qualifications in Hand Surgery, American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons
I am a passionate person and love my work and my family. When I’m not saving hands, I’m hanging out with my husband and our two sons. I love reading, writing, hiking, running, laughing and exploring new cities.