Amy McIntosh, MD
Amy McIntosh is a Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and the Medical Director of Clinical Safety at Scottish Rite Hospital in Dallas, TX. She has been married to her husband, Rich, for 26 years. She has 2 children Quincy (boy: 14 years) and Campbell (girl: 11 years).
She was born and raised in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. She graduated from Gladstone High School in 1992. She received her Bachelor of Science degree (Summa Cum Laude) in Sports Medicine from Central Michigan University in 1996. She then matriculated to Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and graduated with honors and AOA induction in 2001.
She completed her orthopedic surgery residency at the Mayo Clinic in 2006, followed by her fellowship in pediatric orthopedic surgery and scoliosis at TSRH in 2007.
She then returned to the Mayo Clinic for 7 years as a staff orthopedic surgeon. In 2014, she transitioned her practice back to TSRH, where she currently remains in practice.
Her surgical interests include: Pediatric trauma, Spine Deformity (AIS, EOS, Neuromuscular and syndromic)
2001 Medical Student of the Year - MSU-KCMS
2005 OREF Zimmer Resident Leadership Forum - American Orthopaedic Association
2013 Mayo Clinic Coventry Award Winning Paper
2013 AAP Section on Orthopedics: Young Investigators Award: Clinical Science
2013 Mayo Clinic Continuing Medical Education Outstanding Course Director of the Year
2014 Minnesota Orthopedic Society: Best Clinical Research Award
2014 Mid-America Orthopaedic Association E.W. Johnson, Jr. Award
2015 POSNA/APPOS Traveling Fellowship
2016 POSNA/ Peter Armstrong Best QVSI Award
2017 POSNA / Medtronic Spine Research Grant
2018 Texas Hospital Association Bill Aston Quality Improvement Award
2019 Women Who STEAM Award
2021 POSNA QVSI Medtronic Grant: Accuracy of noninvasive hemoglobin monitoring in an AIS population
2023 POSNA Leadership Program