A native of Wilmington, Dr. Esposito, MD, MBA returned home to join the surgery team at EmergeOrtho.
Dr. Esposito earned a Bachelor of Arts with the highest distinction in Journalism and Mass Communication and Biology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She then continued her education at Carolina, completing her Doctor of Medicine and Master of Business Administration with an enrichment concentration in healthcare.
At Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H., she completed a general and orthopedic surgery internship followed by her orthopedic surgery residency. In 2020, she completed a fellowship in hand and upper extremity surgery at Columbia University Medical Center, New York-Presbyterian Hospital.
Throughout her education, Dr. Esposito has earned numerous honors and awards, published several articles and conducted research on both the business and patient care sides of medicine, including a study in patient goal achievement at the Spine Center at Dartmouth.
Dr. Esposito is proficient in Spanish, having studied abroad in Central and South America, as well as serving as a Spanish interpreter at a seasonal clinic for migrant farmworkers and a student-run clinic while in medical school. She has been active in many community service organizations, both domestically and abroad, including tutoring school children in North Carolina and volunteering at a medical clinic in Nairobi, Kenya.
As an undergraduate, she was also a member of the UNC varsity women’s soccer team, including the 2006 National Championship squad.
Dr. Esposito sees patients for a wide variety of conditions and injuries, from trigger fingers and carpal tunnel syndrome to complex fractures and arthritic issues.