Dr Loffredo was born and raised in Lockport, NY. He began his journey in medicine volunteering at Lockport Memorial Hospital (LMH) in high school. The son of a nurse and General Motors production manager who both worked locally in Lockport. Dr Loffredo graduated from Lockport High School with honors while participating in 3 varsity sports. He then attended undergraduate college at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) where he received a BS as a physician assistant. During the summers off in college Dr Loffredo returned to LMH and worked as a nursing aide. He earned multiple Dean's List Awards during his 4 years at RIT.
Dr Loffredo then began working has a physician assistant at Rochester General Hospital (RGH) Orthopedic Surgery Department. While working full time at RGH for 4 years as a physician assistant he also returned to college and completed his premed courses. Dr Loffredo was then accepted to LECOM medical school in Erie, PA. Dr Loffredo graduated from LECOM with honors, ranked 32:186 in his case. Dr Loffredo received an award for compassion and patient care during his medical school clinical training.
He was then accepted to LECOM Health Orthopedic Surgical Residency Program. He received an award during his first year as intern of the year. In his 4th and 5th years of residency he was nominated chief orthopedic resident and supervised the 25 orthopedic surgery residents in the program. During Dr Loffredo's 5 year residency he obtained a MS degree through LECOM in education and maintained a 4.0 GPA. He also won multiple first prize awards during this time for research in total joint prosthesis and holds a U.S. Patent for novel joint prosthesis.
Dr Loffredo is dual board certified in orthopedic surgery and sports medicine practicing at Genesee Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine. He has offices located in Batavia, Warsaw, and Medina. He serves as chief of orthopedic surgery at United Memorial Medical Center (UMMC) in Batavia, NY. Dr. Loffredo is an associated clinical professor at LECOM and trains LECOM medical students. During the COVID pandemic, when elective orthopedic surgery was postponed, Dr. Loffredo served as a hospitalist at UMMC treating COVID patients.
Dr Loffredo is excited to be serving his hometown communities and looks forward to serving your orthopedic needs. Dr Loffredo formed the North Pole Charity which is a non for profit organization to sponsor fundraising events to benefit the United Memorial Medical Center (UMMC) along with other charitable causes. The charity has now raised over $38,000 in charitable donations to UMMC since it's inception in 2019.
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