Rome Wasn’t Built In a Day, Says Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum

When it comes to reconstructive surgery, Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum is a force to reckon, thanks to his extensive skills in that area of healthcare. The surgeon with the top of the shelf skills has been serving as a member of the American Academy of Orthopedic surgeons for close to three decades. Currently working at Bronxcare Health system as the chairman of the Orthopedics department, Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum specializes in the treatment of joint and bone issues, with a special focus on knee, hip and shoulder replacements.

Before his current position, Dr. Ira worked for DTC healthcom as the chief medical officer and at Kaiser Permanente system. To sum it up, he is not an average reconstructive surgery doctor, with broad experience and knowledge in the arena. Recently, the doctor was featured in an interview on, where he talked about his life, and giving the world an opportunity to learn more about him. He revealed that, like many people out there, he has at least three favorite quotes, and his most preferred is: Don’t Regret Where You Have Been, If You Like Where You Are, while his main highlight is: Rome Was Not Built in a Day.

Besides, Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum revealed that a software known as Calendly has helped him boost his productivity, by enabling him to separate his week in such a way that clients can book for appointments directly. He commences his day early in the morning, by checking on his emails, and then does a little bit of social media before ending up on LinkedIn, where he gets the opportunity to connect with fellow healthcare practitioners. Later, he holds a brief meeting with the people who help him run the orthopedics department so he can set up a schedule for that day, and the rest of the week before later seeing one or two of his patients.

More about Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum

Dr. Ira is a graduate of Brown University, where he earned his undergraduate degree in 1979. Later, he furthered his education at the Albert Einstein College, where he completed his residency, and also graduated.