Dr. Don Lujan, a New Mexico native, joined New Mexico Orthopaedics in 2007 as an orthopaedic surgeon, who specializes in hand, upper extremity and microsurgery.

Dr. Lujan is extremely passionate in caring for each and every one of his patients.  He prides himself in his compassionate and committed approach to the care he provides and strives to help all he treats to the best of his ability.

It is very important to Dr. Lujan to be able to assist others in their hour of need and he wholehearted believes that giving of himself and his talents through orthopaedic medicine is the best way for him to do so.

Dr. Lujan played collegiate football and was also a track-and-field All-American.  He is a loving and dedicated family man who enjoys golf, mountain biking and being an all-around outdoors enthusiast.


American Hip Society- British Traveling Fellow, August-September 2014

Scholarship recipient, Current Concepts in Joint Replacement Seminar, 2008

Medical School

Stella Feis Hoffheimer Prize (given to graduating medical student ranked 1st out of 165 students), June 2002

The Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Ott Award (awarded to top graduating medical student), June 2002

Alpha Omega Alpha, Junior Year, Spring 2001


Departmental Honors for Environmental Science Senior Thesis, 1998

Eta Sigma Phi Classics Honor Society, Inducted, 1997

The Paul and Margaret Schutt Scholarship for Academic and Athletic Achievement, 1997

Academic All-Big Ten, 1997-1998

Team Captain, Northwestern University Men’s Varsity Swimming Team, 1997-1998

Athletic Scholarship for Swimming, Northwestern University, 1994-1998



Undergraduate Degree

University of Redlands, Redlands, CA

Medical School

University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Albuquerque, NM


University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA


University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA


University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA