Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
The Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery is an integral part of the Department of General Surgery at Westchester Medical Center. Our Division works closely with numerous medical and surgical departments to provide consultation and surgical service for both elective and medically necessary procedures.
While our division offers a broad variety of surgical procedures, Westchester Medical Center is recognized for its skill in performing micro-vascular-reconstruction and reattachment of amputated limbs and extremities. Our surgeons also maintain a strong interest in upper extremity injuries with an emphasis on long-term rehabilitation, an area that has remained at the forefront of clinical and research activities.
Difficulty with wound healing is a major focus of our resident teaching program. Research on the effect of hyperbaric oxygen in wound healing in diabetics, radiation injury and gangrene has been strengthened by the creation of the Advanced Wound Care and Hyperbaric Oxygen Center at Westchester Medical Center.
The Division of Plastic Surgery proudly participates in a program at the renowned Blythedale Children's Hospital, dealing with the treatment of pediatric congenital abnormalities particularly of the lip and palate. Our plastic surgeons are directly involved with the clinic at this institution dedicated to the treatment of children with special problems.
Our Medical Staff
Nebil Aydin, MD
Daniel Brauman, MD
Andrew Friedman, MD
Tae Ho Kim, MD
Robert Koch, MD
Michael Rosenberg, MD
Charles Andrew Salzberg, MD (Section Chief)
Matthew Schulman, MD
Peter Taub, MD
Steven Wallach, MD
Francis Winski, MD
Courtney Dunavant, PA-C
Tami Healy, PA
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