Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery offers services and programs through the following Divisions. Use these links to directly access all our Department sites.

FACULTY & STAFF

CONTACT

  • UCSF Ron Conway Family Gateway Medical Building
  • 1825 Fourth St.
    Fifth Floor, 5B
    San Francisco, CA 94158
    Phone: 415-353-2967
    Fax: 415-353-2299
Tracy Curtis, MA, MHS, PA-C
Physician Assistant
 

Biography

Tracy joined the pediatric orthopaedic team at the University of California at San Francisco in 2012. Tracy was raised in Colorado as an avid athlete and outdoor enthusiast. She was a nationally competitive gymnast and division 1 collegiate athlete. Tracy earned her undergraduate degree in kinesiology and business from the University of Colorado in Boulder.

Tracy worked as a Clinical Exercise Specialist before moving to Boston to complete her Masters in Medical Sciences at Boston University. While in graduate school, Tracy also earned her EMT license and worked as a ski patroller. She remained in Boston where she worked in pediatric orthopaedics at Children’s Hospital Boston before completing her training as a physician assistant and earning a Masters in Health Sciences from Duke University School of Medicine. While at Duke, Tracy received a scholarship to participate in a month-long global health rotation in Sri Lanka where she studied pediatric medicine and surgery at Karapitiya Teaching Hospital.

Tracy enjoys travelling, running, rock climbing and snowboarding. She has completed five marathons, including Boston, New York and Chicago with plans to complete all of the World Marathon Majors.

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