About CSPS

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California Society of Plastic Surgeons (CSPS) is an organization of practicing, board-certified plastic surgeons committed to the highest ethical standards. Our mission is to advance the profession of plastic surgery through continuing educational activities*, advising the public, acting as patient advocates, and protecting the welfare of the people of California with respect to cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery.

CSPS is an invaluable resource for patients seeking information concerning plastic surgery and/or requiring the expertise of our Member Surgeons located throughout the state of California. This website will allow you to search through our Board Certified Plastic Surgeons via location, range of services or by name. It also serves as an educational forum for patients and physicians alike as we strive to provide the highest quality care.

Are you looking for a plastic surgeon in California? With all the different plastic surgery options in California, it is easy to be overwhelmed with your choices. We understand that choosing a highly trained and qualified plastic surgeon is important in making your cosmetic or reconstructive goals successful. Please browse through our Member Surgeons to find the best fit for you. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

*The CSPS is accredited by the Institute of Medical Quality/California Medical Association (IMQ/CMA) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. 

ACCME accredited providers located in California should seek the advice of their own legal counsel regarding their compliance with California’s amended Business and Professions Code, Section 2190-9196.5, relating to physicians and surgeons, as amended by CA AB 1195.

Providers located in California will be asked at the time of accrediation/reaccreditation to include a copy of their policy/procedure to ensure that cultural and linguistic competency topics are incorporated into the educational content of CME activities, as required by California state law, and to attest that the policy/procedure has been followed.

For more information on CA AB 1195, as it relates to California’s Business and Professions Code, Section 2190-2196.5, please click here: http://www.leginfo.ca.gov

For more information about how the California Medical Association’s Institute for Medical Quality (recognized by the ACCME to accredited intra-state providers in California) is implementing CA AB 1195 into its accreditation process and has defined cultural and linguistic competency, please contact IMQ at www.imq.org