Meet Masha Banar
Masha Banar is Board Certified Physician Associate in the state of Massachusetts. She has over a decade of experience in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Dermatologic Surgery, Dermatopathology, and Hair Transplantation. Graduate of Northeastern University PA Program she has gained her surgical qualifications at Boston Medical Center Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. During her five year residency at one of the largest and busiest hospitals in Boston, she has covered hand trauma and surgery emergency call, and was involved in multiple plastic and reconstructive surgical cases.
She has refined her surgical technique further with Harvard-trained Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Joseph Russo of Newton, Massachusetts. Dr. Russo has been in practice for over 25 years.
Physician Associate or Physician Assistant (PA) is a medical provider with advanced surgical and clinical training and education. PAs must successfully complete graduate medical education program and on average completed at least seven years of formal education in addition to their clinical training. To be certified, PAs must have Masters degree from an accredited program, must have successfully completed a standard number of clinical hours in their specialty area of practice, and like Physicians must pass a written board exam. In addition PAs have to complete 100 hours of continuing medical education yearly and to re-take board exam every 5 years to maintain the certification.
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You did more for me and how I feel than any of the doctors I have been seeing. When you treat someone please realize you are doing so much more than using your talent, you are sharing a part of yourself and impacting someone's life. You have a very special place in this world and your talent couldn't have been geiven to anyone more deserving.K.S., Client