Specialty: Orthopedics Location: Caribou Trail Orthopedics

Education:Drumm

Alma College
  • Bachelor of Science Degree. Major, exercise and health science. 1999-2003.

Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine

  • Degree is Doctor of Osteopathy. 2003-2008.
Advanced Training:

Orthopedic surgeon residency.

  • Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, orthopedic surgery program. 2008-2013.

Adult reconstruction fellowship

  • Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics, Baltimore, Maryland.

Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, 2013-2014.

Biography:
Dr. Drumm believes that taking care of patients is a privilege. He firmly believes in treating people like they were a member of his own family. He is a strong proponent of both nonoperative and operative treatments of all sorts of orthopedic injuries and conditions. Further, he believes that his job as a physician and orthopedic surgeon is to educate his patients as to what their condition is and to give them the best treatment options available for those conditions, ultimately leaving it up to them to help decide and choose their own course of care.
Dr. Drumm is fellowship trained in hip and knee joint surgery. He performs general orthopedic surgery and knee and hip replacements. He is practicing at Caribou Trail Orthopedics. He provides services in Omak, Tonasket, Brewster, and Grand Coulee, and will cover emergencies on a call rotation with Dr. James Lamberton. Dr. Drumm is married with two children. He currently lives here in the Okanogan Valley and enjoys hiking, boating, fishing, and various outdoor activities. He enjoyes spending time with his wife and children. He is also an active member of his local church.