Peter Jay, M.D.

Peter Jay M.D. Physician


Peter Jay, MD, has received research awards from the Maryland Orthopaedic Association and Yale University where he earned his medical degree. He has presented at numerous research symposiums and professional society gatherings.

Dr. Jay current serves as part of the Medical Executive Committee for OrthoMaryland and on the quality assurance committee for GBMC OR. Committed to his profession, he has also helped to establish a geriatric fracture care line at GBMC and is involved in educating residents at GBMC.

Outside the office, Dr. Jay is an accomplished martial artist. He was taught at the Martial Arts Institute of American at White Plans and Monsey, New York. In 1985, he founded the Martial Arts Institute of American at the State University of New York at Binghamton. He also holds a second-degree black belt in the art of Tae Kwon Do and was captain of the Yale University Tae Known Do Team. Today, Dr. Jay actively trains and competes in Sparring and Forms on a local, national and international level in the art of Tien Shan Pai Kung Fu.

Areas Of Expertise

Hip & Knee Surgery

Minimally Invasive Surgery


Medical Degree

Yale University School of Medicine; New Haven, CT


Johns Hopkins Hospital; Baltimore, MD


Johns Hopkins Hospital, Adult Oncology and Reconstruction; Baltimore, MD

Major Accomplishments

National industry presentations

Medical Executive Committee, OrthoMaryland

Accomplished martial artist

Research award recipient, Maryland Orthopaedic Association and Yale University

Hospital Affiliations

Greater Baltimore Medical Center

Sinai Hospital

Northwest Hospital