Alexander Matthew Hahn, MD

Hand Surgery, Orthopedic Surgery

Assistant Professor of Orthopaedics, University of Maryland School of Medicine

UM Faculty Physicians, Inc.

Languages: English

Gender: Male


University of Maryland Orthopaedics Columbia

5500 Knoll North Drive
Suite 100
Columbia, MD 21045
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PH: 410-448-6400

FAX: 443-864-5210

Ortho Shock Trauma UMH

Shock Trauma Outpatient Pavilion
23 Penn Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
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PH: 410-448-6400

FAX: 410-328-1552

University of Maryland Orthopaedics Camden

351 West Camden Street
Suite 501
Baltimore, MD 21201
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PH: 410-448-6400

FAX: 410-244-0636

UMCRHMG Ortho Largo

9333 Healthcare Way
Ste A-3-A-100
Upper Marlboro, MD 20774
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PH: 240-677-2224

FAX: 240-677-0028

About Me

Dr. Hahn specializes in treating conditions of the hand and wrist as well as injuries from the shoulder to the fingertips. He treats common issues such as carpal tunnel, trigger finger and arthritis as well as complex trauma and fractures requiring reconstruction.

Dr. Hahn chose the hand surgery specialty because it allows him to help people in a way that impacts their ability to live, work and play. He understands that patients use their hands in all aspects of their lives. No matter how seemingly small or big the issue, if it is important to the patient, it is important to him, too.

Says Dr. Hahn, "I believe in treating the person in front of me, not just the condition or injury. By understanding who my patient is and what they need to do with their hands and arms, I can help come up with a treatment plan that works best for each patient, whether it is non-operative or surgical. There are many structures that make a hand function—such as bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves and blood vessels—and as a hand surgeon, I use all aspects of my training to keep the hand working. This may mean using microvascular techniques, arthroscopy, joint replacement or complex fracture repair."

A proud Maryland native, Dr. Hahn is excited to come back to and serve the community he grew up in. He returns to University of Maryland Medical Center and R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, where he completed his orthopaedic training.

A former collegiate lacrosse player, Dr. Hahn enjoys golfing, snowboarding, and hiking with his wife and their dog in his free time.

Physician Profile: Alexander Matthew Hahn, MD