Jeffrey R. Marcus, MD Jeffrey R. Marcus, MD

Jeffrey R. Marcus, MD

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon

4.8 out of 5  (148 ratings, 31 reviews)
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919-668-3110 Office number
919-660-0591
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WHERE I PROVIDE CARE
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ABOUT ME

I am fortunate to have a profession that allows me to apply my skills to help children and adults who have challenging problems. My areas of clinical focus include cleft lip and palate, craniofacial surgery, functional and cosmetic nasal surgery (rhinoplasty) for adolescents and adults, facial paralysis, vascular malformation, ear surgery, congenital hand abnormalities, and birth-related brachial plexus injury. Often, I am asked how I chose this profession. To me, plastic surgery combines technical challenge with creativity and problem solving. My patients' problems are usually apparent to others and create a layer of issues related to self-esteem. To a child born with a facial disfigurement, surgery provides a change that is needed to grow up and feel like any other kid. In consultation, my job is three-fold: to listen to concerns, to study problems, and to provide accurate, unbiased information about the possibilities. I am motivated only by my patients’ happiness. If I do not feel that surgery will realistically achieve my patients’ goals, I have no reason to recommend it. To a parent, there is no such thing as minor surgery. The same is true for adult patients who are making an important decision for themselves.

School of Medicine Department
School of Medicine Division
LANGUAGES I SPEAK
English
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Training
EDUCATION
MD, University of Michigan Medical School, 1994
RESIDENCY
Plastic and General Surgery, Northwestern University Medical Center (Illinois), 1994-2001
FELLOWSHIP
Pediatric Plastic Surgery, University of Toronto Hospital for Sick Children (Canada), 2001-2002
Craniofacial Surgery, University of Toronto Hospital for Sick Children (Canada), 2002-2003
BOARD CERTIFICATION
American Board of Plastic Surgery, Surgery, Plastic
Clinical Focus and Research
PUBLICATIONS
View Jeffrey Marcus's publications on PubMed
Ratings and Reviews

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OVERALL PROVIDER RATING
4.8 out of 5 (148 ratings, 31 reviews)

 
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Industry Relationships and Collaborations
This faculty member (or a member of their immediate family) has a working relationship (i.e. consulting, research, and/or educational services) with the companies listed below. These relations have been reported to the health system leadership and, when appropriate, management plans are in place to address potential conflicts.
  • Stryker Corp