The small office and tight-knit staff at the office of Dr. David Passaretti gives each individual patient a chance to feel like our own patient. Our personally trained nurses build professional and friendly relationships with each patient to help them feel comfortable in our facility.View transcript
We are a small office and a very tight knit group of staff. We have staff members who have been here for eight or nine years, and others who have worked in plastic surgery their entire lives. My personal goal is to create an environment where patients feel comfortable and happy. Each staff member knows each patient individually, and during your time here as a patient you should feel as though you are our only patient. During that time you are our only patient, and we have all of our attention focused directly only on you. The facility is privately run. We only do plastic surgeries here. There is only one patient here at a time, so you have individualized care from each nurse. Each nurse is personally trained by me and does nothing but plastic surgical operations. The nurses know each patient from before the operation, during the procedure, and after. So the facility is private, luxurious and very well run. Unlike many practices that are located in large office buildings or hospitals, we are in a small private building with our own private entrance and private parking lot. Making it quick, convenient, and easy for patients to get into the office. There are a variety of hotels in the area which patients can stay at overnight. We also provide nursing care through the office that can go to the hotel with the patient that evening and provide them care overnight and then bring them back to the office the next day for the first post- operative visit. So we do provide care for out of town patients. One of the most important things we have to remember as plastic surgeons is that although many of our procedures are cosmetic in a way, we are still first and foremost physicians, and it's our responsibility to provide good care for our patients; in essence, to take care of them.