Board Certified Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon
Dr. Kevin D. Myers grew up in the small city of Wooster, Ohio. After a stint in the U.S. Army, he returned to Ohio and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in biochemistry from The Ohio State University where he received his degree Summa Cum Laude. Moving from the midwest, and the Big Ten, to the Big Apple and the Ivy League, he went on to graduate from Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons in New York City. Dr. Myers was then accepted into a highly competitive integrated residency program at Montefiore Medical Center / Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City, where he completed his general and plastic surgery training. Shifting from the right coast to the left, he completed an advanced fellowship in hand and microsurgery at the world-renowned Buncke Clinic at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco.
Having spent plenty of time in large metropolitan areas, Dr. Myers was looking for a place that felt a little less frenetic to call home when he found Chico. He was impressed by the surroundings and the city, and upon discovering the presence of the university and the attendant vibrancy of the art and music scene in the area, knew this place could work not only for him, but for his partner, Camille (an artist and former ballet and Broadway dancer). Chico had the need and offered the setting to utilize the scope of his training, including microsurgery, in both reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. The style of care he provides is compassionate and understanding of his patient’s situation and concerns. Every consultation is different therefore he devotes as much time as necessary for individual patient education and addressing questions and concerns in detail. It is important to Dr. Myers to understand the patient’s expectations and motivation, and for the patient to feel confident about their procedure and his abilities and expertise.
Dr. Myers enjoys reading, movies, music, skiing, fishing, travel and track day driving in his free time.