As the ACPS’s Fellow for 2016 – 2017, Dr. Marc Everett is a fully trained plastic surgeon who graduated from the plastic surgery residency at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia after completing eight years of graduate medical education in surgery. Under the supervision of ACPS surgeons, Dr. Everett performs consultations, a broad range of plastic surgery procedures, and cosmetic injectable treatments at a significantly reduced rate for interested patients. View fellowship plastic surgery procedure price list here.
Rather than entering immediately into private practice, Dr. Everett elected to pursue a one-year course of additional training through the ACPS Fellowship Program — an opportunity he felt would be invaluable for the rest of his career. Selected from numerous plastic surgery residents who applied for the ACPS Fellowship, Dr. Everett has demonstrated a strong commitment to the same attributes that have made ACPS one of the nation’s top aesthetic plastic surgery groups: excellence, innovation, research, and an impressive leadership record. As part of the one-year fellowship, Dr. Everett is further refining his expertise through one-on-one mentoring and training with ACPS’s six surgeons.
Through one-on-one mentoring with ACPS’s six surgeons, he hones his expertise and participates in ACPS’s clinical research studies to improve patient results, care, and safety. His most current research involves a new single-procedure technique to improve the aesthetics of the entire upper, middle and lower body for patients who have undergone significant weight loss, a paper which he presented at the American Society of Plastic Surgeons annual meeting.
Having now served as both a mentee and a mentor in medical training, Dr. Everett appreciates the importance the relationship has to the traditions of medicine and the education of future.
“I consider the privilege to be the inaugural fellow at ACPS as one of the absolute greatest opportunities of my life. I have never been so excited to work with anyone before. I knew that this group of people would not only complete my training as a surgeon but also by spending time learning from them, they would impart their finest values with me as well.”
– Dr. Marc Everett