Youssra Marjoua, MD, MPP


CNHC Faculty


Youssra Marjoua, MD, MPP is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon and fellowship-trained hand and upper extremity surgeon.  Born in Tunisia, she immigrated to the U.S. with her family at the age of eleven.

Dr. Marjoua completed her undergraduate studies at the University of California Berkeley and graduated Magnum Cum Lade. While at Berkeley she was an integral contributor to an integrative biology research lab, and was also a member of the women’s varsity volleyball team.  She earned her medical degree at Yale University School of Medicine. During medical school, she also obtained a Master’s Degree in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.

Dr. Marjoua trained as an orthopaedic surgery resident in the Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Surgery Program.  As a chief resident she further pursued her interest in health policy as a Washington Health Policy Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, and was granted the William H. Thomas Award as the resident that best exemplified excellence in orthopaedics, devotion to patient care, collegiality and teamwork.  Dr. Marjoua then completed an upper extremity and microsurgery fellowship at the Curtis National Hand Center.

Throughout her medical career, Dr. Marjoua has been committed to volunteering as an orthopaedic surgeon to deliver humanitarian orthopaedic care in international resource-poor settings including the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Haiti, Ecuador, Zambia, and The West Bank. Her international efforts also include her role as the Director of Global Medicine at OXOS Micro C Imaging, a company developing a portable hand-held x-ray device.  She has contributed to numerous orthopaedic research publications and is an active lecturer.


The Curtis National Hand Center at MedStar Union Memorial Hospital
3333 N. Calvert Street
Johnston Professional Bldg – 2nd Floor
Baltimore, Maryland  21218
(410) 235-5405

Greater Chesapeake Hand Specialists
1400 Front Avenue, Suite 100
Lutherville, Maryland 21093