CSPS, California Society of Plastic Surgeons
California Society of Plastic Surgeons

71st Annual Meeting

January 2021 President's Message

Many of us welcomed in the New Year with open arms, hoping to put the calamities of 2020 behind us. It has been historic times with historic challenges for most of us. Unfortunately, many of those same factors will carry over into 2021. We remain a nation divided, and these next few months are certain to test the resolve of democracy in this nation as we face the Senate runoff elections in Georgia, the challenges to the Presidential election, and the growing recall effort of our Governor of California.

California remains in varied states of lock-down due to the pandemic. Work performed by the efforts of our colleagues in the Los Angeles area has shown that elective surgery can be safely performed with proper protocols during the time... Read More
Terry Zimmerman, MD, CSPS President
Terry Zimmerman, MD
CSPS President

CSPS 2021 ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

The Abstract Submission Site is Now Closed.


Regional Society Updates
The Orange County Society of Plastic Surgeons (OCSPS) is resuming live and web-based meetings in December and participation on Zoom is open to all Plastic Surgeons (with potential CME credits).

The Greater Sacramento Society of Plastic Surgeons (GSSPS) resumed their monthly meetings in October indoors with limited capacity but have now cancelled further meetings at this time because of the new Covid-19 restrictions instituted.



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California Society of Plastic Surgeons Educational & Research Foundation (CSPSERF)

The California Society of Plastic Surgeons Educational & Research Foundation Thousands of California’s children are suffering from debilitating conditions that could be helped through reconstructive surgery and allow them to lead healthier, happier and more productive lives.

The California Society of Plastic Surgeons Educational & Research Foundation (CSPSERF) has a simple mission: to help uninsured and underinsured children of California who could benefit from reconstructive plastic surgery. The mission of CSPSERF is to help these children who want to appear more “normal” to avoid the stigma that can accompany an individual who has a different appearance. Being bullied, ostracized, excluded, and ignored can become a way of life for children with physical abnormalities. By offering them the services of California Board Certified Plastic Surgeons, we can help these children live without the self-consciousness and teasing that comes with being different.

For more information on how to apply for services, volunteer or donate, please visit the CSPSERF website.

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