Jeffrey R. Scott, M.D. F.A.C.S. - Board Certified Plastic Surgeon

Jeffrey R. Scott, M.D. F.A.C.S. – Board Certified Plastic Surgeon

“Committed to Patients”

Dr. Scott was born and raised in the Seattle area where he attended college and was captain of the Seattle University tennis team. After finishing medical school at the University of Washington he completed a prestigious six-year training program in plastic and reconstructive surgery at the University of Washington Medical Center, Harborview Medical Center, and Seattle Children’s Hospital.

This complex training has prepared him for all manner of plastic, cosmetic, and reconstructive surgeries including cosmetic or aesthetic surgery of the face, breasts and body, as well as reconstructive maxillofacial, hand and upper extremity surgery. He has been a Seattle area resident for life and is committed to providing high-quality, personalized plastic and reconstructive surgical care to patients in the greater Seattle and Eastside areas.

He has completed the only American Board of Medical Specialties-recognized Board Certification process in Plastic Surgery. This two-year process is the Gold Standard in Board Certification. This can be immediately verified at: The American Board of Plastic Surgery, Inc.

Education

Dr. Scott was born and raised in the Seattle area where he attended college and was captain of the Seattle University tennis team. After finishing medical school at the University of Washington he completed a prestigious six-year training program in plastic and reconstructive surgery at the University of Washington Medical Center, Harborview Medical Center, and Seattle Children’s Hospital.

This complex training has prepared him for all manner of plastic, cosmetic, and reconstructive surgeries including cosmetic or aesthetic surgery of the face, breasts and body, as well as reconstructive maxillofacial, hand and upper extremity surgery. He has been a Seattle area resident for life and is committed to providing high-quality, personalized plastic and reconstructive surgical care to patients in the greater Seattle and Eastside areas.

Training

Residency: University of Washington Plastic Surgery Program

Affiliations

  • Providence Regional Medical Center / Providence Medical Group
  • Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery

    Board Certified

Awards

  • Golden Scalpel Award. Washington Society of Plastic Surgeons 2009.
  • Northwest Society of Plastic Surgeons Best Resident Paper 2008.
  • American Society of Reconstructive Microsurgery Best Resident Paper in Clinical Breast Category 2009.

Publications

Selected Peer-Reviewed Publications

  • Substance P levels and neutral endopeptidase activity in acute burn wounds and hypertrophic scar. Scott JR, Muangman PR, Tamura RN, Zhu KQ, Liang Z, Anthony J, Engrav LH, Gibran NS. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 2005 Apr; 115(4):1095-102.
  • Incidence and characteristics of hospitalized patients with pressure ulcers: State of Washington, 1987-2000. Scott JR, Gibran NS, Engrav LE, Mack CD, Rivara FP. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 2006 Feb; 117(2):630-4.
  • Topical substance p increases inflammatory cell density in genetically diabetic murine wounds. Scott JR, Tamura RN, Muangman PR, Isik FF, Xie C, Gibran NS. Wound Repair and Regeneration, 2008 July-Aug; 16(4):529-33.
  • Arterial and venous complications of heparin-induced thrombocytopenia in burn patients. Scott JR, Klein MB, Gernsheimer T, Honari S, Gibbons J, Gibran NS. J Burn Care and Research, 2007 Jan-Feb; (28):71-5.
  • Making sense of hypertrophic scar. Scott JR, Muangman PR, Gibran NS. Wound Repair and Regeneration, 2007 Sept.-Oct.; (15 Suppl 1):S27-S31
  • Substance P enhances wound closure in nitric-oxide synthase knockout mice. Muangman PR, Tamura RN, Muffley LA, Isik FF, Scott JR, Xie C, Kegel G, Sullivan SR, Liang Z, Gibran NS. J Surg Res. 2008 May 16
  • Pediatric Palm Contact Burns: A Ten-year Review. Scott JR, Costa BA, Gibran NS, Engrav LH, Heimbach LH, Klein MB. J Burn Care Res. 2008 Jun 3.
  • Symptom outcomes following cranial vault expansion for craniosynostosis in children older than 2 years. Scott JR, Isom C, Gruss J, Salemy S, Ellenbogen RG, Avellino A, Birgfeld C, Hopper RA. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2009. Jan:123(1):289-97; discussion 298-99.
  • Patient Body Mass Index and Perforator Quality in Abdomen-based Free-Tissue Transfer for Breast Reconstruction. Scott JR, Sullivan SR, Liu D, Keys K, Isik FF, Said HK, Mathes DM. Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery. 2008 Dec 15.
  • Head and Neck Malignant Melanoma: Margin Status and Immediate Reconstruction. Sullivan SR, Scott JR, Cole JK, Chi Y, Anaya DA, Byrd DR, Yeung RS, Mann G, Isik FF. Ann Plast Surg. 2009 Feb;62(2):144-8.
  • Patient-reported outcomes and sexual function in vaginal reconstruction: A 17-year review and survey. Scott JR, Liu DA, Keys K, Isik FF, Mathes DM. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 2008 June (abstract) 121(6s)28A: 29. (Accepted for publication, Annals Plastic Surgery, 2009)
  • Career plans of graduating plastic surgery trainees in 2009: The impact of an uncertain economic climate. Imahara SD, Scott JR, Neligan P. (Accepted, Plas Recon Surg, 2009).

Book Chapters

  • Hand Burns and Electrical Injuries. Scott JR and Klein MB. In Trumble TE: ASSH, Hand Surgery Update 4, 2007.
  • Radiology in Craniomaxillofacial Trauma. CMF Hyperguide, 2007.

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