Dr. Paul V. Suhey
Orthopedic Surgeon/Partner

Dr. Suhey’s roots run deep in Central Pennsylvania. He has been a part of the State College community for over three decades: as a student-athlete, a renowned orthopedic surgeon and a community-minded citizen.

As an undergraduate student at Penn State, Dr. Suhey was the captain of the football team. Upon graduation, Dr. Suhey attended The Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine where he earned a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. He received fellowships in sports medicine at the Alabama Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Center and the University of Virginia. Prior to founding Martin & Suhey Orthopedics, Dr. Suhey was a partner at University Orthopedics Center and the Jacksonville Orthopedic Institute.

Dr. Suhey has been board certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Orthopedic Surgery since 1992, and he has staff appointments at the Mount Nittany Medical Center and the Mount Nittany Surgical Center. He is licensed in Pennsylvania and Florida.

For more detailed information, see Dr. Suhey’s curriculum vitae
For an appointment, call 814-237-4321


Highlights & Distinctions

Board of Trustees
The Pennsylvania State University
Elected by Alumni: 1998-2013
Medical Executive Committee
Mount Nittany Medical Center
Board of Trustees
Mount Nittany Medical Center
Medical Executive Committee
Treasurer of Medical Staff
Class President
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Penn State Football Team 1979

Dr. Suhey’s curriculum vitae


January 1990 – June 1990

Sports Medicine

Alabama Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Center

James R. Andrews, M.D.

Birmingham, Alabama


July 1989 – December 1989

Sports Medicine/Hand Surgery

University of Virginia

Frank C. McCue, III, M.D.


July 1985 – June 1989

Orthopedic Residency- Memorial Hospital

York, PA


July 1984 – June 1985

Osteopathic Medical Center of Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA

Medical Education:

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine-1984

The Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

Philadelphia , PA

Undergraduate Education:

Bachelor of Arts – May 1979

The Pennsylvania State University

State College, PA