Dr Robert Roye Obituary, Death – Dr. Robert Roye is an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in both general orthopedics and sports medicine. Patients at the Regional Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Center, which has locations in Waxahachie and Hillsboro, Texas, and serves the communities of north-central Texas, including Ellis, Dallas, Tarrant, Johnson, Hill, Navarro, and Kaufman, receive care that is up to date with the most recent medical advancements from him. Dr. Roye achieved the highest possible mark in his major during his undergraduate studies at the University of Texas at Austin.
Following that, he earned his medical degree with honors from the University of Texas Health Science Center Medical School in San Antonio. Following graduating from medical school, he served as an assistant resident physician in general surgery at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences. He also completed his orthopedic surgery residency at the same medical center. In addition, he completed an elective in arthroscopic and open shoulder surgery as well as an elective in sports medicine at Harris Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas, with John Conway, MD. Roye is a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and a diplomate of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.
He has worked in the field of orthopedic surgery for almost 20 years. He is a member of the Ellis County Medical Society, the Texas Society of Sports Medicine, and the Texas Medical Association, as well as the Texas Orthopaedic Association. His expertise and skills have been acknowledged in numerous articles and presentations on a wide range of orthopedic problems. He has been a team physician and orthopedic consultant for various high schools and institutions in the surrounding area since 1993. Dr. Roye opened his first medical practice in Waxahachie the following year. Among the area facilities with which he is affiliated are the Baylor Scott & White Medical Center, the Ennis Regional Medical Center, the Bluebonnet Surgery Pavilion, the Crescent Medical Center, and the Hill Regional Hospital.