About Dr. Jonathan Tueting
Jonathan Tueting, MD is an Associate Clinical Professor with Rush Copley Medical Center in Chicago, IL. He also co-directs the Hand and Upper Extremity Center at RCMC. Prior to being recruited to Chicago, he spent ten years as an Associate Professor and Chief of Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery for the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. He also served as the Vice Chair for Clinical Operations, Quality, and Peer Review and was responsible for developing and directing the quality and peer review initiatives for the faculty, mid-level providers, and residents in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery.
His clinical interests include the management of shoulder arthritis and well as complex reconstruction of hand, wrist and elbow trauma and degenerative conditions. He also continues to assist the University of Wisconsin Athletic Department as an Associate Team Physician and manages hand, wrist and elbow injuries in Badger athletes and continues to care for these elite and professional athletes in Chicago at RCMC. Outside of work, he enjoys cycling, cross-country skiing, kite-boarding, guitar, and cooking. He is married and has three children.