February 2015 Quarterly Meeting: Operation Celebrity with Dr. Steven Hoefflin
Most Plastic Surgeons would like Celebrity and V.I.P. Patients in their practices. Many of these are wonderful, relatively normal, non-problematic, and very grateful patients. However, many of these patients can be extremely difficult to manage preoperatively and postoperatively by both the Plastic Surgeon and their staff.
Dr. Steven Hoefflin will present information on attracting these patients, pointers on confidentiality, managing unusual demands and behavior, the problems in enforcing important standard pre- and post-op policies, management of entourages, aliases, house calls and night calls, intimidation, unwanted publicity, risks and managing complications, finances, and dealing with colleagues
Dr. Steven Hoefflin is a world-renowned plastic surgeon, author and teacher who has treated over 55,000 patients, including some of the most famous faces in the world.
Dr. Hoefflin graduated first in his class at UCLA Medical School in 1972. He continued his education in general surgery and completed a full plastic surgical residency training program at the UCLA Medical Center, where he received the coveted Surgical Medal Award.
Dr. Hoefflin is a world-authority in plastic surgery and has published his techniques in medical journals and textbooks. He has frequently been invited to lecture and present his techniques at national and international plastic surgery meetings.
Dr. Hoefflin is Board-Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, is a past president of the Los Angeles Society of Plastic Surgeons, is a member of The American Society for Plastic Surgery, the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and is a Fellow of the International College of Surgeons and of the American College of Surgeons.
Dr. Hoefflin was an Associate Clinical Professor in the Division of Plastic Surgery at UCLA Medical Center and has won teaching awards as a lecturer at national plastic surgery meetings.
This will be a non-CME activity. This event is intended for plastic and reconstructive surgeons, plastic surgery residents, their staff and other physicians.