dr jack sproul orthopedic surgeon

DCH Expands Orthopedic Team with the Addition of Dr. Sproul

IRON MOUNTAIN, Mich. – Dickinson County Healthcare is increasing bone and joint care for the community with the addition of
Jack Sproul, MD, to the area’s largest orthopedic team.

As a board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr. Sproul brings high levels of bone and joint expertise, including arthroscopy, to the Iron Mountain community. He provides care and healing to shoulders, knees, and hips including injuries from accidents and sports.

Dr. Sproul graduated from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, where he also completed his internships and residency. Before joining DCH, Dr. Sproul served patients in Hartsville, South Carolina, at The Medical Group at Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center.

Providing excellent care and helping each patient get back to their best is what drives Dr. Sproul.

“I strive to provide patients with state-of-the-art care and treat them like family,” Dr. Sproul said. “I get to work closely with each patient to help improve their life. I truly love what I get to do and am eager to provide excellent care to the Dickinson community.”

A native of Westerville, Ohio, Dr. Sproul and his wife Beth are looking forward to experiencing the beauty of the outdoors in the Upper Peninsula. “I enjoy cycling, fishing, and traveling and am eager to do that in the beautiful Upper Peninsula. Beth and I are looking forward to meeting and becoming a part of the greater Iron Mountain community,” he said.

Dr. Sproul joins the area’s largest orthopedic and physical therapy team healing knees, shoulders, hips, feet, and more. Appointments with Dr. Sproul and the DCH orthopedic team are available with no referral necessary.

To schedule an appointment, call Dickinson County Healthcare at 906-776-5432.

Serving Northern Wisconsin and the Central Upper Peninsula for more than 68 years, Dickinson County Healthcare (DCH) is a 49-bed Community Hospital with a team of more than 60 active physicians who treat more than 160,000 patients each year.