151 N. Sunrise Avenue
Suite 1005
Roseville, CA 95661

Phone 916-782-1217
Fax 916-782-7630

Our Physicians

Thomas C. Merchant, M.D.
Tyler G. Smith, M.D.
Kevin P. Hansen, M.D.
Annie L. Nguyentat, DPM
Robert D. Jamieson, D.O.

Robert D. Jamieson, D.O.


December 2015-present
Total Joint Specialist
Roseville Orthopedic
Surgery and Sports Medicine

December 2014-present
Consultant- Think Surgical
Fremont, CA
Development and Implementation of a robot used in total joint replacement

August 2014-December 2015
Total Joint Specialist
Sacramento Knee and Sports Medicine
Sacramento, CA

August 2013-August 2014
Total Joint Fellowship
Joint Replacement Institute
Dr. Thomas Schmalzried
Dr. Harlan Amstutz
Los Angeles, CA

July 2008-July 2013
Orthopaedic Surgery Resident
Michigan State University
Garden City Hospital, Garden City, MI

May 2008
Doctor of Osteopathy
Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences

May 2005
Bachelor of Science Psychology
University of Colorado at Denver


Michigan State University Clinical Faculty
  • Worked with medical students as they rotated through our hospital as well as help-ing with various other educational courses for them.
AAHKS scholarship
  • Received a scholarship to attend the American Association of Hip and Knee Sur-geons 21st Annual Meeting and the 3rd Annual Residents Course in November 2011
Synthes Grant
  • I was awarded a Synthes grant to attend an AO fracture course in Marco Island, Florida for 1 week
Volunteer of the Year Nominee
  • I volunteered at Denver Health County Hospital in Denver, Colorado and was honored to have been nominated for volunteer of the year.
  • I volunteered on the pediatrics floor and in the emergency department for 1 year.
  • During my time as a volunteer I worked with many medical professionals and with many great patients that helped shape my love for medicine.
Deanís List
  • I was on the Deanís List at the University of Colorado at Denver for maintaining a GPA of over 3.5
College Basketball
  • I played for two colleges: Eastfield College in Mesquite, TX and University of St. Mary in Leavenworth, KS.
  • Playing college basketball taught me a lot about the dedication that it takes to reach goals I had set at a young age.
Missionary Service- Milan, Italy
  • I was a missionary for my church in the north-western parts of Italy for two years. While there I became fluent in the Italian language, developed a love for the Italian people, and gained a greater faith.
  • Being a missionary helped me learn about commitment in my religion and in my life.
Eagle Scout
  • As a Boy Scout I passed off requirements to earn merit badges, as I earned the merit badges I would advance in rank, I planned and carried out an eagle project and I eventually reached my goal of Eagle Scout when I was 14.
  • Some examples of merit badges are: Citizenship in the Community, First Aid, Emergency Preparedness, and Riflery.
  • In achieving my Eagle Scout award I was expected to live high standards of honesty and loyalty and was taught responsibility, discipline and the importance of working hard.
Community Service

Boy Scout Master
  • I was the Boy Scout master for 6-10 young men 11 years old. We had weekly scout meetings and went on campouts at least twice a year. I helped them make goals and achieve them. I assisted them as they advanced in rank through the Boy Scouts of America program.
  • It was a great opportunity to watch these boys grow and find enjoyment in the scouting program and outdoors.
Youth Basketball Coach
  • I volunteered as the youth basketball coach at the church I attended. We had weekly practices and games every Saturday for 6 weeks.
  • It was a true joy to be able to incorporate my love for basketball with the enjoy-ment of watching the young men excel in the sport. We had a great time and made many great memories.
Physical Exams for the Underserved
  • I was able to be involved in doing back to school physical exams for approximate-ly 500 underserved children in the greater Detroit area that would have otherwise been unable to afford the exams.
  • It was a great opportunity for me to be in the community working with the kids all the while honing my exam skills.
Youth Organization- President
  • This is an organization that is affiliated with my church. I volunteered about 10-15 hours per week to work with youth (primarily young men) ranging from 12-18 years old.
  • My responsibilities included:
    • Overseeing the planning and execution of midweek activities
    • Teaching weekly Sunday School lessons on various topics
    • Once a month planning, organizing and carrying out of Saturday activities that involved 100-150 youth
    • Work with the local Boy Scouts in their service projects and rank advancements
  • Working with the youth provided a great opportunity for me to serve and be a part of their growth at a vital time in their life.

  • Michigan State University Clinical Faculty
  • American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons- resident member
  • International Congress for Joint Reconstruction- resident member
  • American Osteopathic Association of Orthopaedics- member
  • American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons- resident member
  • Michigan Osteopathic Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons- member
  • American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons- resident member
  • Collegium Aesculapium- A service organization of health professionals that provide time and financial support for medical missions locally and world-wide.
  • American Medical Association- member
  • American Osteopathic Association- member

  • Personal

    I have been married 14 years to the love of my life. We have three girls and one boy. I enjoy all sports, especially waterskiing and basketball. I truly enjoy my job and am grateful for the many people that I have been able to get to know along the way. I have many goals in my life both with my family and in my career. I have great interest in advancing the field of orthopedics, especially in the realms of peri-operative pain control and cutting edge technology. I am dedicated to achieving these goals and enjoying the journey.