Since the beginning of his medical education journey, Dr. Marc Everett has been recognized as a superstar by his mentors, fellow residents, staff and patients for the compassion, attention to detail, artistic eye and intellectual curiosity he brings to his work.
He grew up in Long Island and New York City, spending summers in the Catskill and Pocono Mountains and with family in Los Angeles. After graduating from Boston University with a biology degree, he embarked on a four-year life-changing experience when he attended medical school in Israel. There, he not only obtained an exemplary medical education under the tutelage of world-renowned physicians, he gained a new perspective exemplified in the culture’s “Carpe Diem” approach to life: “Work to live, not live to work.”
Dr. Everett’s strong leadership and teaching skills have placed him in prominent roles in nearly every endeavor in which he’s participated. When he was a third year resident, he was appointed as a faculty instructor for Advanced Trauma Life Support to teach New York’s emergency room doctors and surgeons. During his general surgery residency, he was invited to serve as resident member on the Board of Directors for the nation’s oldest chapter of the American College of Surgeons. And while training as a plastic surgeon at Temple University Hospital, Dr. Everett was responsible for the resident curriculum and rotation schedule.
Throughout every phase of his education–in medical school, residency, and fellowship—Dr. Everett has conducted research and published it in peer-reviewed articles. In addition, he’s presented his findings at some of the most prestigious forums in plastic surgery, including the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
In his free time, Dr. Everett enjoys being outdoors whenever possible. His favorite place to unwind is his aunt and uncle’s “The Rolling Stone Ranch” in upstate New York, named after his uncle’s late brother who was the physician on tour with the Rolling Stones years ago.
He is an avid fan of professional sports, hailing from a family of New York Jets, Mets and Islanders fans and hopes to attend the Super Bowl in Houston in 2017, even if the Jets will not. His wide-ranging interests extend to staying keen on the latest technology, in particular with audio/video equipment and user interfacing for computer and entertainment systems. His mentor at Temple calls him “worldly, well-read and never short of interesting information.” And he takes pictures of everything.
If you are interested in cosmetic plastic surgery with Dr. Everett through the ACPS Fellowship program, please contact us for more information and/or to schedule your consultation with Dr. Everett.