Dr. Tim Kremchek's family ties run deep at Archbishop Moeller High School. Now, thanks to the generosity of the Beacon Orthopaedics Surgeon Dr. Tim Kremchek, Moeller will have their first ever baseball stadium. Kremchek Stadium will be named after the family legacy of Dr. Tim Kremchek and his father, Dr. Edward Kremchek.
Timothy Kremchek, M.D.
Timothy Kremchek, M.D. is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon who is fellowship trained in sports medicine. A 1986 graduate of the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Dr. Kremchek completed fellowships in total joint reconstruction and sports medicine in both Boston and Birmingham, AL, at the Alabama Sports Medicine Institute under the tutelage of Dr. James Andrews. His passion for sports medicine is obvious, since he has been the Medical Director for the Cincinnati Reds and their minor league affiliates since 1996. In addition, Dr. Kremchek also provides second opinions for the NFL, and is Team Physician for Wilmington College, Morehead State, and Wittenberg University, as well as Medical Director for Moeller, Indian Hill, Kings, Wyoming, Mt. Notre Dame, Mason, and Princeton high schools. Dr. Kremchek specializes in the advanced open and arthroscopic treatment and reconstruction of the shoulder, elbow and knee. In 2003, along with his partners, Timothy Kremchek, M.D. opened Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Center in Sharonville, a northern suburb of Cincinnati, offering MRI, physical therapy, rehabilitation, and out-patient surgery in a state-of-the-art single specialty center; where medical students, residents and sports medicine fellows are taught the art of arthroscopic orthopaedic surgery. Dr. Kremchek is still director of Beacon's fellowship program, which provides an unbelievable experience to three highly qualified doctors each year. Fellows have the opportunity to learn advanced techniques and gain hands on experience through the ACGME accredited program.