Johnny M. Gibbs, MD

Education
University of South Florida                                        
Tampa, FL
Doctor of Medicine
8/2002-5/2006

University of Florida                                            
Gainesville, FL
Post-baccalaureate Studies
1/2001-12/2001

University of Florida                                            
Gainesville, FL
Bachelor of Health Science in Physical Therapy, with Honors
8/1995-5/1999

Post-Graduate Training
University of South Florida                                        
Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship
Tampa, FL
Fellowship Director:  David Leffers, MD
8/2011-7/2012

John Peter Smith Hospital                                        
Orthopaedic Surgery Residency
Fort Worth, TX
Program Director:  Russell Wagner, MD
6/2006-6/2011

Medical Licensure
West Virginia Medical Board                                        
Active Medical License
6/2011-Current

Florida Medical Board                                            
Active Medical License
4/2011-Current

Texas Medical Board                                            
Active Medical License
6/2006-Current

Florida Department of Health                                        
Physical Therapy License
9/1999-12/2005                                

Alabama Department of Health                                        
Physical Therapy License
9/1999-12/2000                            

Professional Society Memberships                        
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery 
6/2006-Current                                

American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
12/2011-Current                                

Arthroscopy Association of North America
8/2012-Current                                    



Awards/Honor Society
JPS Research Day Awards                                            
Podium and Poster Presentation
6/2011

Most Outstanding Resident Research Award                                
JPS Annual Research Symposium
6/2011

Harley and Betty Baxter Research Award                                    
Southern Orthopaedic Association
6/2010

Healthpoint Translational Research Award                                    
University of North Texas Health Science Center
3/2010

Most Outstanding Resident Research Award                                
University of North Texas Health Science Center Research Day
3/2010

Alpha Omega Alpha                                            
University of South Florida College of Medicine
5/2006

Hillsborough County Medical Association Medical Student of the year    
5/2006                

Anderson Scholar of Highest Distinction                                    
University of Florida 
10/1997

Employment

Westchase Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation                                
Associate, Orthopaedic Surgery
Assistant Team Physician, Tampa Bay Rowdies
9/2012-Current

University of South Florida                                        
Tampa, FL
Fellow, Orthopaedic Surgery 
8/2011-7/2012

John Peter Smith Hospital                                        
Fort Worth, TX
Resident, Orthopaedics
6/2006-7/2011

Oakbridge Healthcare Center                                        
Lakeland, FL
Physical therapist
12/2003-5/2006

Shands Healthcare                                            
Gainesville, FL
Physical therapist
1/2002-8/2002

Theranet Staffing                                            
Clearwater, FL
Physical therapist
11/2000-8/2002

Healthsouth Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine                                          
Mongtomery, AL
Physical therapist
10/1999-10/2000

Research/Presentations
Resuscitation status of the polytrauma patient impacts the risk                            
of postoperative infection more than the timing of operative 
debridement for open fractures.
UNT and JPS Research Day Poster and Podium Presentations
6/2011

Resuscitation status of the polytrauma patient impacts the risk                            
of postoperative infection more than the timing of operative 
debridement for open fractures.
AAOS Annual Meeting Podium Presentation
1/2011

Resuscitation status of the polytrauma patient impacts the risk                            
 of postoperative infection more than the timing of operative 
debridement for open fractures.
Southern Orthopaedic Association Podium Presentation
6/2010