Our Doctors

Timothy J. Tobin, DPM, FACFAS */ **/ *** 

A Salem, MA, native, Dr. Tobin graduated from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine (formerly Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine) and completed his residency at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Worcester. Dr. Tobin has practiced on the North Shore for over 25 years. Board Certified in foot surgery, Dr. Tobin is on staff at Northeast Health System/ Lahey Clinic (Beverly Hospital); Salem Hospital/Mass General Brigham; and the New England Surgery Center. An avid runner, Dr. Tobin has a special interest in sports-related foot injuries. He and his wife enjoy hiking; art, music and other cultural events; and travel. His favorite personal pastimes are running and sailing.

 

 

 

 

Lawrence E. McGinness. DPM **

After graduating from Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine and completing his foot Surgery residency, Dr. McGinness joined his father who had been practicing podiatry in his hometown of Beverly since 1935. With 35 plus years of experience, Dr. McGinness is Board Certified in foot surgery and is on staff at Northeast Health System/ Lahey Clinic (Beverly Hospital); Salem Hospital/ Mass General Brigham; and the New England Surgery Center. Dr. McGinness is a certified scuba diver, as are his two grown children. He enjoys travel, music, and time at the ocean. Dr. McGinness also loves to play his guitar for and spend time with his grandchildren.


 

 

 

Rebecca R. Calder, DPM *** / ****

A North Shore native, Dr. Calder graduated from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. She
completed her residency at MetroWest Medical Center in Framingham, serving as chief resident
her final year. With extensive training in foot and ankle trauma, diabetic wound care, and limb
salvage, Dr. Calder holds certificates in internal and advanced fixation as well as arthroscopy.
She is on staff at Northeast Health System/ Lahey Clinic (Beverly Hospital); Salem Hospital/ Mass
General Brigham; and the N. E. Surgery Center. On the Board of Trustees for the Mass Foot and
Ankle Society, she believes preventative measures are important to foot and ankle biomechanics.
Dr. Calder enjoys the outdoors, live music, road trips, and time with her family. 

*         Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons 

* *      Diplomate, American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery

* * *     Massachusetts Podiatric Medical Society / American Podiatric Medical Association

* * * *  ACFAS member; served on Board of Trustees for the Mass Foot and Ankle Society