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Why Medical Society Memberships Matter

Medical societies are groups that are formed in a particular specialty with the goal of improving care and outcomes in that specialty. They offer a wide range of services and information that can help physicians to provide the best possible care to their patients. In the field of cosmetic plastic surgery, there are a number of medical societies. Two that stand out are the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) and the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). Dr. Campanile is a member of both of these organizations.

Here are just a few of the ways Dr. Campanile and his patients benefit from his membership in these and other professional medical organizations:

  • Medical societies like the ASPS and ASAPS promulgate standards of care and conduct that members must follow to remain in good standing. The patient care provided by members is monitored in order to ensure patient safety and medical standards are upheld.
  • Physician members have access to the most recent findings in patient safety, public health issues, disease management, and the latest health news. This ongoing education helps Dr. Campanile offer his patients advanced treatments.
  • Physicians have access to information that will help them to run a much more efficient practice; which will, in turn, benefit you and the way in which you interact with your doctor.

When considering plastic surgeons in Denver, pay attention to their credentials. This includes asking about their board certification(s) and professional society memberships.

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