Dr. John Philip Andrawis is an orthopedic surgeon and a Fellow of the American
Academy for Hip and Knee Surgeons with an in-depth understanding of hip
and knee disorders. He is a Southern California native. He attended UCLA
and graduated Summa Cum Laude. He received a Dean's Promise Scholarship
to attend the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. During
medical school, Dr. Andrawis also had the opportunity to attend the prestigious
Chicago Booth School of Business as a Steve Weiner scholar.
After his medical and business school training, he attended Harbor-UCLA
for residency in orthopedic surgery. During his residency, he published
a number of studies on hip and knee replacement and how to make sure patients
have the best results. After his orthopedic training, he spent an additional
year fellowship at the University of Texas Dell School of Medicine as
the Joseph Abell Hip/Knee Replacement and Value-Based Healthcare fellow.
During his fellowship he started the same-day home hip and knee replacement
program at the University of Texas Dell School of Medicine.
His passion for orthopedic care began in medical school when he was inspired
by the recovery and improvement in patient's quality of life after
joint replacement surgery. He is constantly working on ways for patients
to have a speedy recovery and have the best results after their joint
Dr. Andrawis is an eagle scout and enjoys spending time with his family
and the outdoors. He enjoys hiking and spending time with wife and son.