with Dr. Brandon Devers, Lexington Clinic Hand Surgery
Where did you grow up?
What brought you to Lexington Clinic?
The opportunity to work with a group of well-trained and talented physicians, who are also genuinely good people. Additionally, I could not pass up the opportunity to return home and be around family.
What made you want to become a physician?
The opportunity to meet and interact with people from a variety of backgrounds and different life experiences with the common goal of improving their health, function and overall quality of life.
What extracurricular activities are you involved in?
I am a member of Cathedral of Christ the King Church and I am a regional interviewer for Princeton University Admissions. I enjoy golf, skiing, fly-fishing, and all things UK sports.
Who was your biggest inspiration growing up?
In my life outside of medicine, my biggest inspiration comes from my parents, wife, and children. My biggest inspiration in the medical field would be the incredible physician mentors I have had throughout my training, especially Dr. Peter Stern.
What about practicing medicine brings you the most joy?
Sharing in a patient’s happiness when he/she is able to return to normal function and activity levels following a successful surgery.
What is the moment in your career that stands out the most to you?
Having the opportunity to return home to practice medicine with the talented group of physicians at the Lexington Clinic Orthopedics – Sports Medicine Center.
What is one thing patients would be surprised to find out about you?
I played collegiate football at Princeton University and I have two young children who are just under a year apart in age.
Lexington Clinic is Central Kentucky’s largest and oldest medical group. With 200+ providers in more than 30 specialties, we have been taking care of 600,000+ patients annually in the Lexington community since 1920.