David S. Eingorn, MD, is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon specializing in adult reconstructive surgery and general orthopaedics. He is one of the founders of Mercer-Bucks Orthopaedics, with offices in Hamilton, and Lawrenceville, New Jersey, and Langhorne, Pennsylvania.
Dr. Eingorn graduated with his bachelor's degree in biology from LaSalle University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and received his medical degree from the Temple University School of Medicine in the same city.
His internship in surgery was carried out at the Presbyterian University of Pennsylvania’s Medical Center and followed by his orthopaedic residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.
Dr. Eingorn has received recognition as a "top doc" in the region and holds the Universal Halo patent, which is used internationally for fractured spines. He also invented a hip jig for the DePuy Total Hip system.
Dr. Eingorn continues to stay on top of the newest technologies in the field of orthopaedics. He is one of the few surgeons in the area that has trained and performs robotic-assisted surgeries. His hospital staff appointments include active staff status at Capital Health Systems at Hopewell and Regional Campuses in Trenton, New Jersey, and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at Hamilton in Hamilton, New Jersey.
He also serves as an associate staff member at St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, a consultant for Lawrence Rehabilitation Center in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, and a research consultant for Zimmer Orthopaedics Corporation.
Dr. Eingorn pioneered outpatient joint replacements in the area and developed an outpatient total joint replacement program at the Mercer County Surgery Center. Membership in several professional organizations, publications, and research are part of Dr. Eingorn’s ongoing professional development and success.
His professional history spans a variety of experiences and responsibilities, including volunteer surgery duty during the 9/11/01 attacks of the World Trade Center in New York City.