Plastic surgeon Sameer Jejurikar is based in Dallas, Texas and has positive working relationships with a number of area hospitals, including Pine Creek Medical Center and Dallas Medical Center. Jejurikar earned his medical degree from the medical school at the University of Michigan and has been practicing for over a decade.
Dr. Jejurikar also had the honor of being receiving the Compassionate Doctor Certification in 2012. He was one of a few selected doctors to earn the award. Around 100 million patients across the United States vote on the doctors who will be honored with this certification every year. Patients uses websites like UCompareHealthCare, Patient’s Choice and Vitals to share information about their experiences with their physicians. Doctors who receive the honor got nearly perfect scores from patients in bedside manner. Only three percent of the physicians in the nation were presented with this honor in 2012, and Dr. Jejurikar has a profile on Vitals.com that allow potential patients to see his credentials and some of the positive reviews he has received.
Concerning the recognition, Dr. Jejurikar said that he is very honored and pleased that his patients selected him and provided him with positive feedback. After receiving this honor, the American Registry also added the doctor to their Registry of Business Excellence. He also received a customized plaque to commemorate this honor. The award can be seen in his office, which can help to put patients at ease about his skills and abilities.
Patients who are interested in contacting Dr. Sameer Jejurikar can reach him via phone or email at www.drjdallasplasticsurgeon.com or by calling 979.691.3300
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