How To Choose Your Plastic Surgeon?

This choice can l ead to a greater sense of beauty, self-worth, and happiness. However, the best results can only be achieved in collaboration with a highly skilled and talented plastic surgeon. The following information was written for you to choose your plastic surgeon in Miami.

Training and Experience

Dr. Perez-Gurri is a board certified surgeon and has over 25 years of experience. He has an excellent surgical record, and is highly regarded among his patients and colleagues. You can find more information about the training and experience of Dr. Perez-Gurri.

 

Accredited Surgical Facilities And Experienced Personnel

In addition to evaluating the credentials of your plastic surgeon, you should also evaluate the surgeon’s medical staff and surgical facilities. In order to promote patient safety, plastic surgeons must perform all procedures in equipped surgical rooms or in hospitals. The best plastic surgeons only work with certified anesthesiologists and highly experienced nurses and specialists in plastic surgery.

Dr. Jose Perez-Gurri and Dr. Garcia perform all surgical treatments in a fully accredited surgical room. Full accreditation means that this surgical facility has been thoroughly inspected by various government officials and private certification organizations and has fully satisfied all of their accreditation requirements. In order to improve patient safety, Dr. Perez-Gurri and Dr. Garcia only work with certified anesthesiologists who are experienced in the administration of anesthesia protocols.

Compassionate Attitude

While experience and fully accredited surgical facilities are important, the personality of your surgeon is also important. Before your procedure, you should meet with your prospective surgeon and learn about his philosophy of treatment and approach to patient care. You must choose a surgeon who is dedicated to patient success and provides long-term support.

Dr. Jose Perez-Gurri comes from four generations of doctors in his family, and he has great compassion for his patients, helping them achieve their aesthetic goals. Dr. Perez-Gurri establishes a relationship with his patients in order to know their aesthetic concerns, and their needs and desires in order to create a unique treatment plan for each person. In order to alleviate patient anxiety, Dr. Perez-Gurri personally explains what will happen before, during and after surgery, and remains available to his patients throughout the post-surgical period to answer any questions or concerns.

Surgeons In The City of Orlando, Florida

Population of the City and Metropolitan Area

Orlando is the fourth most populous city in the State of Florida with almost 240 thousand inhabitants. It is the 79th city in population in the country. It is the county seat of Orange County.

Orange County and the Hispanic Population

Orange County, as reported by the 2010 Census Bureau, had 1,145 million inhabitants, of which 27% were Hispanic, higher than the state average of 23%.

The Hispanic Community continues to grow at very high rates. From one Census to another (2000 to 2010) the County’s total population grew by 28%, almost triple the national growth average (10%) and 10 points above the State growth, while the Hispanic Community did a 83%, 25 points above state growth and nearly double the national Hispanic growth median (43%).

The Hispanic Community and the University

Over time it is estimated that close to 5 million Hispanics have accessed college. Hispanic organizations trust through information and support with special programs that this figure will rise in the next 15 years in order to significantly reduce the gap that currently exists between the number of Hispanic students and the rest of the ethnic groups within the country.

The National Conference of State Legislatures

(NCLS) has reported that only 19% of Hispanic adults have earned college degrees, mostly compared to 42% of Whites and 26% of African Americans.

In the State of Florida, the figures are close, giving 32% of Hispanics with a college degree, narrowing the gap with whites who have 41%.

A report issued by the NCSL indicates that by 2018 it is estimated that 63% of jobs will require a university degree in order to access it.

Best Colleges for Hispanics

The Hispanic Bussines magazine has drawn up a list of the Universities that are more favorable for the Hispanic Community, to study medicine, based, among other things, on the number of Hispanics who are already pursuing careers in them, where adaptation is easier to develop studies effectively:

Health Insurance for the Hispanic Population

Taking into account that approximately 35% (1.489 million) of Hispanics in Florida did not have Health Insurance, we can see the field of action in which action can be taken to provide a greater service to this particular Community.

Schools Of Medicine In The State

Miller School of Medicine in Miami, FL of the University of Miami (UM ), ranked by Hispanic Business magazine , as # 5 within the 10 best Schools in the country for Hispanics. The University was founded in Coral Gables, FL. In 2012, USNews ranked it 28th among the 254 most prestigious National Universities

School of Medicine , belonging to Florida State University (FSU), Tallahassee. Ranked # 7 by Hispanic Business magazine in the top 10 best medical schools in the country for Hispanics. It has six campuses across the state.

Morsani School of Medicine , belonging to the University of South Florida (USF), based in the city of Tampa, FL. The University was founded in 1956 and is the third largest university in the state and the ninth in the country.

School of Osteopathic Medicine belonging to Nova Southeastern University (NSU), located in Fort Lauderdale-Davie, FL.

Organizations of Medical Professionals Nationwide

American Medical Association (AMA), founded in 1847 with headquarters in Chicago, Il, is the largest association of physicians, both Doctors of Medicine (MD) & Doctors of Medicine and Surgery (DO) and medical students.

Its mission is to address all the health problems of urban populations around the world through interdisciplinary approaches in political leadership, innovative research, evaluation, education and community participation.

National Hispanic Medical Association (NHMA) founded in 1994 with headquarters in Washington, DC is an organization that represents the interests of Hispanic physicians (45,000 members) in order to improve the coverage disparity of the Hispanic population, in order to improve it.

Associations of Hispanics Healthcare Executives (AHHE), founded in 1988, based in New York City. She is part of NHMA and like her, is dedicated to promoting access to healthcare for the Hispanic Community.

American Board of Cosmetic Surgery (ABCS), founded in 1982 in California, currently based in Munster, IN.

American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Association (ASDSA) based in Rolling Meadows, IL.

American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery (AACS), founded in 1985, based in Chicago, Il, with delegate representation to the ADA.

All of these organizations certify physicians in each of the specialties.

American Society for Mohs Surgery (ASMS), founded in 1990, based in Huntington Beach, CA

American College of Surgeons (ACS), founded in 1913, based in Chicago, IL. Its members are referred to as “Fellows”, which can be translated in this case as “Member”. The acronym FACS in English “Fellow American College of Surgeons” indicated after the name of the doctor, means education and training and sufficient training as a professional of surgery and that has been approved according to the standards of the College of Surgeons.

American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), founded in 1931, has 7,000 member surgeons based in Arlington Heights, IL.

Organizations of Medical Professionals in the State

Florida Medical Association (FMA), founded in 1874 from the actions of ten doctors from six counties in the state. Its headquarters are located in Tallahassee, FL. It has the representation of more than 20 thousand doctors from the State of Florida.

Florida Osteopathic Physicians Association (FOMA), founded in 1904, its headquarters are in the city of Tallahassee, FL.