Plastic and Reconstructive Fellowship Program Overview


The South Pointe hospital Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery program has an outstanding reputation of excellence. 

Applicants for the three-year program must have three years of general surgery training or completion of otolaryngology or orthopedics training. We do not offer a six-year combined program. The Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery program includes training in private practice, community hospitals/surgery centers, and county hospitals in the following:

  • Congenital deformities.
  • Malignancies and benign tumors of the head and neck, skin, and soft tissue.
  • Trauma and acquired deformities of the face, trunk, and lower extremities.
  • Aesthetic procedures.
  • Surgery of the breast.
  • Surgery of the hand.
  • Burns.
  • Microsurgery.
  • Laser procedures.
  • Subspecialty electives can be performed in: anesthesiology, craniofacial surgery, urological surgery, laser techniques, orthopedic surgery, pediatric plastic surgery, and surgical oncology.

More can be learned by contacting Deb Marti, Residency Coordinator at South Pointe Hospital Graduate Medical Education Department at 216-491-7464 or by viewing Mark Foglietti, D.O., FACOS, Program Director, website at

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