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The Johns Hopkins Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, located in Baltimore, Maryland, offers medical students and residents the opportunity to continue their medical training in plastic and reconstructive surgery.
See our department director Dr. W. P. Andrew Lee’s 2017 department overview to learn more about our faculty, clinical programs, training opportunities and more.
Learn more about the integrated and independent resident training programs.
Learn more about our four specialized fellowship opportunities.
We offer unique opportunities for students to engage with our clinical and research teams.
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Our surgical education program focuses on helping residents develop the best surgical skill, and providing valuable feedback to improve their performance. To advance those objectives, we stay abreast of the trends in surgical education and continue to evaluate ways that resident involvement in surgery directly influences patient care. Find out more.
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Become a part of plastic surgery history
Johns Hopkins has a rich history related to plastic and reconstructive surgery in America. John Staige Davis, a Johns Hopkins School of Medicine graduate and long time faculty member, was the first physician in the United States to dedicate his entire career to plastic surgery. In some ways, plastic surgery was formed around activities that happened at Johns Hopkins, though there were many contributions from other doctors and institutions that have led to today's advancements. Many who were trained here have become leaders in plastic surgery programs across the country — and we continue the tradition of excellence today.
Shaping a Century: Johns Hopkins History of Plastic Surgery
The role of Johns Hopkins in plastic surgery's history in America is described, from John Staige Davis to other surgeons of today who continue to make incredible advances in the field.