Noah H. Prince, MD
Dr. Noah H. Prince is a highly trained, board-certified plastic surgeon who specializes in aesthetic and reconstructive surgery.
Dr. Prince obtained his bachelor’s degree from Duke University. He underwent post-baccalaureate training at Harvard University, and earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from Tufts University. Dr. Prince was then recruited by the renowned University of Florida Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Residency Program. After demonstrating exemplary clinical care and technical skills, he was selected as Chief Resident, and served as a Resident Liaison to the American Society for Plastic Surgeons. Over the course of his career he has presented at several prestigious society meetings, authored numerous articles, manuscripts and textbook chapters on a range of topics including surgical site complications, anesthesia, calvarial reconstruction, and plastic surgery resident selection. Dr. Prince has been an invited lecturer multiple times at the Physician Assistant program at the University of Florida College of Medicine, and continues to be dedicated to advancing the frontiers of plastic and reconstructive surgery. He has completed over 5,000 surgical procedures including cosmetic, craniofacial, hand, breast reconstruction, lower extremity reconstruction, microsurgery and complex wound care.
As a physician, Dr. Prince is deeply committed to bringing care to those in need. He volunteered on ambulances as an EMT and National Registry licensed paramedic both locally at Narberth Ambulance, and across the east coast for nearly a decade. Dr. Prince served as a leader for the National Collegiate EMS Foundation, and his expertise as a plastic surgeon brought him to Honduras where he provided care for children with cleft facial deformities and illnesses.
As a plastic surgeon at the University of Florida and Halifax Health, Dr. Prince has a profound passion for restoring the function and natural beauty that every patient deserves. He utilizes state-of-the-art surgical techniques to yield exceptional outcomes, and his meticulous attention to detail and compassionate bedside manner make him an outstanding patient-centered surgeon. Whether you are seeking reconstruction or a newly refreshed look, we invite you to meet with Dr. Prince to see what extraordinary results he can help you achieve.
Rachel Cohen-Shohet, MD
Dr. Rachel Cohen-Shohet is a highly trained, board-eligible plastic surgeon who specializes in hand, aesthetic and reconstructive surgery.
Dr. Cohen-Shohet earned her medical degree and pursued her plastic surgery residency at the University of Florida College of Medicine in Gainesville, Florida. Thereafter, she completed a hand surgery fellowship at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, where she received training in common hand surgery pathologies such as arthritis, Dupuytren’s and nerve compression. She also received training in complex upper extremity trauma and reconstruction, brachial plexus, and peripheral nerve injuries.
Dr. Cohen-Shohet has authored and contributed to a number of publications, and has participated in multiple scientific podium and poster presentations. Dr. Cohen-Shohet specializes in extremity salvage and reconstruction including microsurgical free flaps. In addition, Dr. Cohen-Shohet offers a procedure known as targeted muscle reinnervation, which aims to treat chronic pain in amputee patients.
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