|By Marketwired .||
|February 27, 2014 05:01 AM EST||
LONG ISLAND, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 02/27/14 -- The Long Island Plastic Surgical Group (LIPSG) was given three "Best of" awards in Long Island Press newspaper's 2014 Bethpage Best of Long Island contest. Each LIPSG plastic surgeon contributes to what is the nation's longest-running private academic plastic surgery practice, as well as the largest. Having won this prestigious recognition in the past, the doctors at LIPSG are pleased to maintain their status as a leading surgical team who consistently offers top-quality care to the community.
The "Best of Long Island" issue is based off the annual contest naming which businesses are perceived as the best in their community. The 2014 publication was the ninth year recognizing Long Island's premier organizations. More than 360 categories are voted on, and this year's ballot had more votes than ever before.
LIPSG was voted as the #1 Best Plastic Surgery Group for the seventh year in a row. The surgeons were also recognized as the Best BOTOX® Practice for the third consecutive year. In addition, the group's medical spa Aesthetic Center earned the title of Best Laser Treatment Center, rounding out a total of four years as a leading medical spa.
Gary Blank, the Executive Director of LIPSG, responded to the achievements, saying, "We are honored to have received multiple Best of Long Island awards again this year. These awards are especially meaningful for our practice because they reach into the community to express the views and opinions of all Long Islanders." In addition to the annual contest presented by Long Island Press, many of LIPSG's surgeons have received distinguished "Top Doctors" awards from Castle Connolly and U.S. News and World Report. The team has been featured in various media outlets, including 60 Minutes, CNN, Discovery Health, Forbes, New York Times, and the Today Show.
About Long Island Plastic Surgical Group
Long Island Plastic Surgical Group was established in 1948 and its surgeons have more than 250 years of combined experience in the field. The team is composed of 18 plastic surgeons offering a wide range of expertise, as reflected in the practice's nine specialty centers: Non-invasive and Surgical Rejuvenation, Pediatric Plastic and Craniofacial Surgery, Skin Care and Age Management, Microsurgery and Hand Reconstruction, Facial Reanimation and Peripheral Nerve Repair, Burns and Complex Wound Management, Breast Reconstruction Surgery, Breast and Body Cosmetic Surgery, and Post-Weight Loss Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery. The surgeons at LIPSG are available for interview upon request.
The practice can be reached online at lipsg.com or facebook.com/longislandplasticsurgeons.
To view the original source of the press release, click here: http://www.lipsg.com/lipsg-news/long-island-plastic-surgeons-receive-three-best-of-long-island-awards/
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