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​UPMC Plastic Surgeon Will See Patients in Hermitage

HERMITAGE, July 10, 2013– A University of Pittsburgh Physicians plastic surgeon specializing in post-weight loss body contouring will begin seeing patients at the Womancare Center of UPMC Horizon, Hermitage, in August.

Jeffrey Gusenoff, MD, is co-director of the UPMC Life After Weight Loss program and a faculty member in the Department of Plastic Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. In addition to body contouring surgery, Dr. Gusenoff specializes in cosmetic and general reconstructive surgery. He is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.

Dr. Gusenoff earned his undergraduate and medical degrees at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, and completed a surgical internship and plastic surgery residency at the University of Rochester, Rochester, N.Y. He also completed a fellowship with the UPMC Life After Weight Loss program.

The founder and former director of the University of Rochester Medical Center Life After Weight Loss Program, Dr. Gusenoff has won numerous academic awards and written several peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, mostly related to body contouring surgical techniques, safety, and social issues. At UPMC, he is involved in several clinical research projects and serves as director of the post-bariatric body contouring fellowship program as well as co-director of the BodyChangers program, a support group to aid in weight loss maintenance.

For more information, or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Gusenoff, call 412-641-3960. The Womancare Center is located at 875 N. Hermitage Road, Hermitage.

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