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Chad Burgoyne, MD

How are star ratings for providers determined?

Star ratings are based on responses to survey questions that focus on a patient's likelihood to recommend the provider's office to family and friends as well as the provider's care, including whether the provider listened carefully, spent enough time with you, explained things in an easy-to-understand way, and seemed to know important information about your medical history. Press Ganey averages and converts all survey responses into a single star rating, with five stars being the highest.

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Areas of Expertise

  • Orthopaedic Sports Medicine
  • Sports Medicine, Trauma
  • Orthopaedic Surgery


Accepting new patients?

  • Yes


  • English


Professional Distinctions

  • Publications
  • YH An, JA Glaser, CR Burgoyne, MS Crumb: Internal Fixation in Osteoporotic Bone, Current Methods and Trends in Fixation of Osteoporotic Bone. New York: Thieme Medical. 2002.
  • EL Flatow, KAAcousti, CR Burgoyne: MRI Interpretation of Rotator Cuff Tears - Shoulder Surgeon vs. Radiologist. AANA poster presentation 2007
  • EL Flatow, KAAcousti, CR Burgoyne: Transfusion Rates in Shoulder Arthroplasty.(submitted for publication 12/2005)
  • KS Feder, CR Burgoyne: Clinical Outcomes of Arthroscopic Type II Slap Repair Using Bioabsorbable Tacks (submitted for publication 10/2007)

Community Involvement

  • Hood River High School Team Physician
  • SBCC Physicals
  • Santa Barbara Marathon
  • La Grande High School Team Physician
  • Moncks Comer High School Team Physician
  • Phi Chi Medical Fraternity - President
  • Habitat For Humanity
  • South Carolina Special Olympics

Practicing since:

 2008 (16 years)

At Sansum Clinic since:

 2018 (6 years)

Training & Certification

Medical School/Graduate School

  • Medical University of South Carolina


  • Mount Sinai Hospital - House Staff Officer, Orthopaedics


  • West Coast Sports Medicine - Orthopaedic Sports Medicine

Additional Information


  • Dr. Burgoyne was an athlete; he loved swimming as well as track and field. He felt if he couldn't be a great athlete he would like to take care of them. He thinks his patients would say that he gives them excellent results, is personable, has good rapport, is confident in the results they will have and love him. He gets good feedback from physical therapists.
  • He enjoys working with kids and treats all kids from age 5 and up.