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Marin Cosmetic Surgery Center "The Center of Excellence" Celebrating It's Upcoming Tenth Year Anniversary With Miguel A. Delgado, Jr., M.D.
Date:5/17/2010

After ten years of serving the cosmetic surgery patients of Marin County, Dr. Miguel Delgado continues to strive for excellence and reflects on what sets his accredited surgery center apart from the rest.

(PRWEB) May 17, 2010 -- There is good reason to celebrate the first decade of Marin Cosmetic Surgery Center in this day of cost cuts and short cuts. Dr. Delgado opened Marin Cosmetic Surgery Center with the vision of having the best equipped, best staffed, patient friendly surgery center for all of the Bay Area. He is able to achieve this distinction due to the fact that he personally supervises all aspects of running the surgery center. He spends a great deal of time mastering the latest in surgical procedures, many times requiring new equipment. If it is of benefit to his patients, he will have it.
    
Most of Dr. Delgado’s surgical team has been with him for many years, a great indicator of a well run center. His anesthesiologist, Dr. Randy Gaynor has also been with him for many years. Dr. Delgado has the highest standards for his surgery center and that is met with accreditation from Medicare and Quad AAAA (American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgical Facilities).

A surgery center is only as good as its weakest link. The strongest link however is the surgeon. If you don’t have an outstanding surgeon, it really doesn’t matter how great the surgery center is. The success of Marin Cosmetic Surgery Center, is due to Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Miguel Delgado, Jr. M.D. Dr. Delgado has had a Marin plastic surgery practice since 1988. In that time he has perfected many surgical techniques of the face, breast and body that are unique to his practice. His patients have attested to his expertise based on their surgical outcome.

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