Dr. William Rix Is Retiring

Posted on January 14, 2019 by NHOC Tech under Dr. Rix, News

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A practicing orthopaedist since 1978, William Rix, M.D. recently announced his retirement. He will truly be missed by those who had the privilege of working with him, as well as by the countless patients he treated and helped keep in motion throughout the years.

For Dr. Rix, you could say that being an orthopaedist is in his blood. Or, better yet, his bones. His father was an orthopaedist and his grandfather was a surgeon.

He acknowledges that growing up, his only aspiration was to become an orthopaedist. He accomplished that goal and has served as a general orthopaedist more than four decades, and has been a vital member of the team at New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center.

For the past few years, Dr. Rix shifted his focus to musculoskeletal medicine and also assisted his partners with some of the more challenging orthopaedic injuries they were attempting to treat – “head-scratchers,” as he called them.

Practicing since 1978, Dr. Rix recently announced his retirement. He will truly be missed by those who had the privilege of working with him, as well as by the countless patients he treated and helped keep in motion throughout the years. The team at New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center is thankful for the opportunity to work with such a wonderful doctor and appreciates the countless contributions he made to the community.

The team at New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center is thankful for the opportunity to work with such a wonderful doctor and appreciates the countless contributions he made to the community.