Whether you’re looking for reconstructive or cosmetic surgery, you can be confident in the training and skills of the surgeons in Plastic Surgery at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. Our plastic surgeons are leading advancements in both technology and procedures.
Our team includes nine specialty trained surgeons, offering care in six locations throughout Central Pennsylvania.
Our clinic has the highest patient satisfaction of any clinic within Penn State Health.
Focus on patients, education, and research
We provide treatment for a wide range of conditions, both congenital (birth defects) and acquired (including tumors, trauma, and aging).
We’re proud of our focus on education. Our comprehensive education program - including a six-year integrated residency program - meets the realities of our rapidly changing healthcare system.
In addition, the team leads clinical trials with specialized interests in breast surgery, craniofacial surgery, hand surgery, reconstructive surgery, and oncology surgery.
Risks of breast implants
You may have heard recent media reports regarding breast implants and a rare form of cancer called Breast Implant Associated-Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma, (BIA-ALCL). The Food & Drug Administration (FDA) recently updated information regarding BIA-ALCL and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons is working closely with the FDA to monitor the disease. The Milton S. Hershey Medical Center wants its breast implant patients to be informed about BIA-ALCL and the FDA’s recommendations related to this disease.