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Dr. Guillem Gonzalez-Lomas, MD

Orthopedic Surgeon

New York, NY

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4.9
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Dr. Lomas was extremely attentive, always taking his time to make sure that any questions I might have are answered. Hewas extremely patient and exceedingly good at explaining what was going on in a way that I could thoroughly understand.
Dr. Lomas was extremely attentive, always taking his time to make sure that any questions I might have are answered. He was extremely patient and exceedingly good at explaining whatwas going on in a way that I could thoroughly understand.
Mathew P. · June 19, 2019
Dr. Lomas was very thorough, he asked questions and explained what further steps needed to be taken. His office staff wasalso very helpful and professional.
Dr. Lomas was very thorough, he asked questions and explained what further steps needed to be taken. His office staff was also very helpful and professional.
Nubia Z. · January 18, 2019

About Dr. Guillem Gonzalez-Lomas

Guillem Gonzalez-Lomas is a dedicated and welcoming orthopedic surgeon providing care for his patients in Jersey City. Dr. Gonzalez-Lomas is certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, and he is currently serving as an assistant professor in the department of orthopedic surgery of the NYU Langone Medical Center. Dr. Gonzalez-Lomas provides clinical care for his patients at the Center for Musculoskeletal Care in New York City. Dr. Gonzalez-Lomas attended Columbia University to receive his medical education. He then completed his internship in orthopedic surgery at the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center before completing his residency in orthopedic surgery from the New York-Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Gonzalez-Lomas’s clinical interests include treating meniscus tears, arthroscopic sports medicine, platelet-rich plasma therapy, elbow surgery, fracture surgery, treating knee problems with surgery, ligament reconstruction, and treating shoulder problems with surgery. His responsibilities include sports injury management, arthroscopic surgery of all joints, and fracture management.

In-network insurances

  • 1199SEIU
  • AARP
  • Aetna

Specialties

  • Orthopedic Surgeon

Practice names

Hospital affiliations

  • NYU Langone Health

Board certifications

  • American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

Education and training

  • Medical School - Columbia University, Doctor of Medicine
  • NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital / Columbia University Medical Center, Internship in Orthopedic Surgery
  • NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Residency in Orthopedic Surgery

Awards and publications

  • Glenohumeral contact pressure in a simulated active compression test using cadaveric shoulders Lin, Tony; Javidan, Pooya; McGarry, Michelle H; Gonzalez-Lomas, Guillem; Limpisvasti, Orr; Lee, Thay Q 2012 May;:84-92, Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery — id: 220042, year: 2012, vol: , page: 84, stat: Journal Article.
  • Is the etiology of pretibial cyst formation after absorbable interference screw use related to a foreign body reaction? Gonzalez-Lomas, Guillem; Cassilly, Ryan T; Remotti, Fabrizio; Levine, William N 2011 Apr;469(4):1082-1088, Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research — id: 219852, year: 2011, vol: 469, page: 1082, stat: Journal Article.
  • Intramedullary acromioclavicular ligament reconstruction strengthens isolated coracoclavicular ligament reconstruction in acromioclavicular dislocations Gonzalez-Lomas, Guillem; Javidan, Pooya; Lin, Tony; Adamson, Gregory J; Limpisvasti, Orr; Lee, Thay Q 2010 Oct;38(10):2113-2122, American Journal of Sports Medicine — id: 219842, year: 2010, vol: 38, page: 2113, stat: Journal Article.
  • In situ transtendon repair outperforms tear completion and repair for partial articular-sided supraspinatus tendon tears Gonzalez-Lomas, Guillem; Kippe, Matthew A; Brown, Gabriel D; Gardner, Thomas R; Ding, Anthony; Levine, William N; Ahmad, Christopher S 2008 Sep-Oct;17(5):722-728, Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery — id: 219652, year: 2008, vol: 17, page: 722, stat: Journal Article.

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Languages spoken

  • English

Provider's gender

Male

NPI number

1457510844

Dr. Guillem Gonzalez-Lomas's office locations

NYU Langone Health

NYU Center for Musculoskeletal Care

333 East 38th Street

New York, NY 10016

NYU Langone Health

NYU Orthopaedic Surgery Associates

377 Jersey Avenue, Suite 280A

Jersey City, NJ 07302

NYU Langone Health

Essex Ortho

171 Delancey St

New York, NY 10002

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Dr. Lomas was extremely attentive, always taking his time to make sure that any questions I might have are answered. He was extremely patient and exceedingly good at explaining what was going on in a way that I could thoroughly understand.
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Doctor very professional and friendly. The only problem was I waited to long in his office.
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Dr. Lomas was very thorough, he asked questions and explained what further steps needed to be taken. His office staff was also very helpful and professional.
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Dr. Lomas takes his time with you to take sure you understand the diagnosis and treatment. He was incredibly kind and thorough
Less than 1 year ago
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Great attention from all the staff. Dr. Lomas is very professional and I trust I will definitely recover with his assistance, highly recommended.
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Dr Gonzalez-Lomas was amazing. He took the time to listen to my questions and concern. He also reviewed my previous visit and was able to expand on that as it relates to this visit
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Excellent. Seems honestly concerned and listened to my concerns. Very assuring. Very pleasant dr. Easy to talk too Referred me to another dr that would help resolve my issue
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I did a lot of research before choosing a doctor for a possible major injury to my knee. I can say with confidence I chose the right guy for the job in Dr. Lomas. Very personable, professional, and very engaged indiagnosing as well as treating my injury. Highly recommend.
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Great doctor, clear description of issues and steps forward. Long wait for Xrays.
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Dr. Lomas is the quintessential professional. The people that work for and with him are extremely friendly and his office is clean and comfortable. Though I have had to wait for long periods of time for previous appointments, this appointment had no wait at all.
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EXCELLENT.WOULD HIGHY RECOMMAND DR. GONZALEZ
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Dr. Gonzalez-lomas was very professional. I got X-rays for my knee and the waiting was less than 30 minutes. I just wish that the consultation lasted more than 10 mins. I felt rush and my questions wasn't answered. My appointment wasat 8:30am and I left the clinic at 9 am, that is including the X-rays and sign in time frame.
More than 1 year ago
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Despite the long wait, (which I attribute to the popularity of this doctor, not a lack of hustle) I was very impressed with Dr. Lomas and his staff. He is kind, professional, articulate, and up to date on all of thetrends and practices that relate to his specialty. His nurses are wonderful and his space is clean and organized.
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Arrived late and he still saw me. Very attentive
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He is very proffessional and makes patient feel comfortable at max. I would definetely recommend him to my friends and beloved ones.
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Overall the visit was good, the doctor was professional and he explained things very well by looking at the X-Ray, at which time the doctor prescribed me an MRI for which they were supposed to get back to me with anapproval code. It took them 2 weeks of me chasing them about it to provide it. I am happy with the doctor but not pleased with the delay caused.
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He was very knowledgeable and helpful and recommended a follow up if needed.
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He is wonderful and professional- very knowledgeable.
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He is honestly an amazing doctor. i was seeing another ortho for almost a year for an injury that he kept saying would heal on it's own i just had to keep wearing the expensive brace and doing physical therapy. ifinally had enough and came to see dr lomas after a friend referred him to me. he took a look at my last mri and was shocked that the first dr hadn't done surgery. I am currently 3 months post surgery and it feels so much better almost as good as before my accident.
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Good so far on the first appointment. Excellent demeanor.
More than 1 year ago
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He's really nice and professional. Knows what he's doing and takes time to explain.
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I did my research in looking for an Orthopedic Surgeon for my son. I work for NYU. When I read the comments and reviews it was all positive there was only one negative comment posted about the secretary Nicole. I stillwent ahead and booked the appointment I was not there but my husband had forgotten my son's Picture ID. I spoke to Nicole and faxed it to her from the first time we spoke she seems like a very professional well mannered person, I don't know who posted such comment about her and we need to remember we are all humans and it's not easy dealing with the phone ringing, checking in patients and verifying insurance we all have bad days but the answer for that is GRACE no one is perfect only our Lord Jesus Christ! Nicole also had the courtesy to validate our Parking ticket twice so Thank You Nicole keep up the Good work a good positive attitude will take you a long way. As far as the surgeon My son Loves his bedside manner and he seems very compassionate yes he is the Surgeon we have chosen to do our son's surgery. Thank You all for your help today! God Bless You All!! Blessing, Alma T
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He is a great Doctor, down to earth, take the time to explain to you what's the issue. I highly recommend him.
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Greatest ever
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I appreciated his transparency about his reasons for diagnosis and treatment recommendations. Considering how many patients he sees per day, I felt attended to as an individual. He showed great interest and care for my unique needs. Also,his demeanor was very calm and soothing: very helpful for my anxiety.
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Dr. Gonzalez Lomas was very thorough and he addressed all of my son's issues. We were very satisfied.
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Very nice doctor who took his time answering my questions. Also, NYU is a very nice facility.
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Dr. Lomas is the smartest, nicest and most considerate doctor I have ever seen.
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The best doctor I'v ever had! Dr. Lomas is an outstanding surgeon and an extremely compassionate person. His entire staff is very friendly and I have never had to wait for an appointment more than 30 SECONDS past the scheduled time.I wasted 2 years with other doctors and physical therapy. Dr. Lomas ordered an MRI and fixed the problem quickly.
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Dr. Lomas is a smart and caring doctor. I finally resolved a 2+ year elbow issue with him. ( a completely torn tendon; no other doctors suggested an MRI) If my surgery goes well. I will come back and review again.
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Dr. Lomas is very attentive, but my x-ray request was not put through before my appointment as explained over the phone. Because of this I had to wait over 45 minutes to get my x-ray and then was very late formy appointment even though I arrived 30 minutes early. I was personally apologized to by someone who works in the practice, but it was very frustrating when I had to spend an hour and 45 minutes there when it could have only taken 45 minutes like it was expressed to me over the phone.
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Went to see him after an extensive search to get the problems with my ankles corrected. My appointment was cancelled, and he sent me to yet another podiatrist, with less experience than him. In conclusion, had to go to HSS (HospitalSpecial Surgery), where an operation was preformed to correct my issues, and I'm doing well
More than 1 year ago
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Quick and knowledgeable. Trust his feedback and highly recommend.
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He was kind, well spoken, empathetic and knowledgable. I am very happy to have found him after a prior bad experience with another orthopedist.
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Dr. Gonzalez-Lomas is very thorough and easy to speak with. I have recommended him to friends and colleagues. Great Doctor.
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He is always so positive and looking for the best options. Very detailed. Thanks.
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He is very profesional. Explain me all the details I feel very graceful I chose him a
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He is very precise and explains everything to you which is great. He does not give false hope. I like that. You walk out knowing what you have to look forward to or not. Very pleased with him and would highly recommend. Thanks!!
More than 1 year ago
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The overall visit with the physician was great. He was tentative and seemed to have taken his time with me. However, the experience with the initial office was unpleasant. Even if you make an appointment on zocdoc, you don't have thetime slot until you've preregistered. I made the appointment a week before and the secretary called me the day before my appointment and left a voicemail that I must follow up with my reason for visit, insurance info, etc before I could see the doctor. I called her 4 times with no answer. On my way into the office she called and asked if I was rescheduling or canceling since I didn't fill out the information. None of this was communicated to me until the day before and I couldn't get a hold of her. It was confusing and created frustration.
More than 1 year ago
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The doctor is excellent and was very engaging. He drilled right down to my problem and made an excellent recommendation on how I should proceed into physical therapy for my injury. HOWEVER, the office, while organized, is incredibly slow-moving.I did not even see the doctor until 2 hours into my appointment, and then had to wait for almost 30 minutes when the doctor left to attend to another patient.
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