Blog Posts in October, 2013

  • Dr. Horowitz Recognized as a Patients' Choice Physician

    Dear Dr. Horowitz, Congratulations! You have been recognized as a Patients’ Choice physician. The Patients’ Choice award is bestowed upon physicians based on your patients’ appreciation and praise for the quality of care and service you provide. Every month, more than 200,000 patients across the U.S. provide online feedback about their doctor experiences. They rate various components of the care ...
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  • International Plastic Surgery Symposium in Armenia

    A number of the Plasticos Team Members presented information at an International Plastic Surgery Symposium. In the photo above, Dr. Horowitz gives a lecture about Plasticos Foundation, and discusses their past mission to Armenia in 2011. The photo displays from left to right: Susi Gertmenian (one of the Trip Coordinators) an Armenian patient, and Monica Karamian (one of the Recovery Room Nurses).
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  • Armenian Baby Before and After Photos

    Before and After photos of one of the first babies operated on in Armenia by Dr. Horowitz. The patient had a bilateral cleft lip repair.
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  • Plasticos Foundation Visits Armenia and Bhutan

    We are happy to report that the Plasticos Foundation just completed two very successful humanitarian trips overseas. Dr. Horowitz and Eileen ( Pacific Center for Plastic Surgery manager), along with a volunteer medical staff traveled to Armenia, while Dr. Nichter went to Bhutan as part of a Global Burn Care Reconstructive Institute Mission. After months of preparation both teams set off to provide ...
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  • Finding A Doctor's Choice Doctor

    GUIDE: AMA MEMBERS ASKED TO LIST PHYSICIANS THEY WOULD PICK TO TREAT THEIR OWN FAMILIES. Finding a doctor you feel you can trust can be more daunting than some medical procedures. So the Washington, D.C.-based Center for the Study of Services asked some 260,000 American Medical Association members from across the country what doctors they would send their loved ones to if they fell ill. AMA ...
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