Retired Doctors

Retired OrthoCincy doctors hold a special place in the hearts of their patients, colleagues, and the entire medical community. Their contributions to OrthoCincy, as well as their years of skill, dedication, and compassionate patient care, have left an indelible mark on orthopaedic medicine. Though they may have stepped away from their active roles within the practice, their expertise and influence remain a source of inspiration and gratitude. We extend our sincere appreciation to all retired OrthoCincy doctors for their significant role in improving community health and enhancing the lives of countless individuals.

James T. Bilbo

Dr. James Bilbo

Dr. James Bilbo has been a pillar in the Northern Kentucky community for decades. He served as the head team physician and Orthopaedic Surgeon at Northern Kentucky University (NKU) since 1986 as well as the NCAA Athletics Health Care Administrator.

Dr. Bilbo is a member of the NKU Athletic Hall of Fame in recognition of his exceptional care of athletes and service to the university. He is the medical director of the Athletic Training and Sports Medicine Program at NKU.

In his retirement, Dr. Bilbo plans on...

Dr. Denver Stanfield

After spending four years in the Navy as a corpsman with the Marine Corps, Dr. Stanfield went on to have a long and successful career in medicine with Wellington Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine. Stanfield was a vital member of the organization when the Wellington team merged with OrthoCincy.

Dr. Stanfield was formerly a President of Wellington Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine and a former Director of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine for Mercy Health in Southwest Ohio.

In his retirement, Dr. Stanfield is serving as President of Archbishop McNicholas High School.