Pamela l. Jones, M.D.

Pamela L. Jones, MD
Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon
Board Certified Hand Surgeon

University of Vermont College of Medicine, Burlington, VT
Doctor of Medicine

University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
Orthopedic Surgery Residency

Yale University, New Haven, CT
Orthopedic Hand Fellowship

Memberships: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), American Society for Surgery of the Hand (ASSH), American Medical Association, Massachusetts Medical Society, Massachusetts Orthopedic Association, Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, Ruth Jackson Orthopedic Society, Haverhill Medical Society


Dr. Jones specializes in Orthopedic Care of the Upper Extremity from the shoulder to the fingertips. She has subspecialty training expertise and completed a Hand and Upper Extremity fellowship at Yale University.She is a Fellow of the American Society for Surgery of the hand and a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. She has been recognized throughout the region as an exceptionally successful hand and upper extremity surgeon. Dr. Jones also has extensive expertise in joint replacement and repair/reconstruction of tendons, nerves and bones.

For Dr. Jones' video, click here.

Follow these links for:
Dr. Jones' article on Trigger Finger.
Dr. Jones' article on Arthritis in the Thumb.
Dr. Jones' article on Wrist Tendonitis.
Dr. Jones' article on Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
Dr. Jones' article on Preventing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Dr. Pamela Jones


  • «I thought my life was over as far as using my shoulders ever again,; they were so bad. I could hardly lift them without extreme pain. …After everything was done She (Dr. Jones) told me that was one of the worst shoulders she’s ever seen. But with the care of her professional skills she (repaired both shoulders) I can lift my right arm over my head, and my left arm coming along slow but healing. » Raymond Sanzo
  • «Dr. Jones is an outstanding physician and surgeon. I fell and broke my wrist in several places and because of Dr. Jones I have full use of my hand and fingers. I wouldn’t go to anyone else. She is personable, caring, very kind and always willing to take that extra step to make sure you have a good experience.» Barbara Berg, Haverhill
  • «I was referred to Dr. Jones  by my rheumatologist who is based in Massachusetts General Hospital because of her positive joint replacement history.  Dr. Jones did a joint replacement procedure using arthoplasy surgery on my left thumb.  I am in the early stage of 6 weeks of recovery, but I am pain-free for the first time in many years.  I absolutely recommend making an appointment to explore surgery options of hand problems with ongoing pain. I am also very pleased with the friendly and professional staff who always return my phone calls promptly.»Benita