Stacy Kaplan, DO
Stacy Kaplan, DO practices as a Cosmetic Surgeon in Princeton, NJ.Stacy Kaplan, DO graduated from Philadelphia Coll Of Osteo Med, Philadelphia Pa 19131.
Philadelphia Coll Of Osteo Med, Philadelphia Pa 19131
Med Coll Of Ohio, Plastic Surgery; Mercy Cath Med Ctr Inc, General Surgery; Philadelphia Coll Of Osteo Med, General Surgery
Stacy Kaplan, DO offers cosmetic surgery at 601 Ewing St Ste B17, Princeton, NJ 08540. Cosmetic Surgeons and plastic surgeons enhance or improve parts of the human body through surgery.
Cosmetic surgery or plastic surgery in Princeton, NJ may be able to improve or refine physical features through a combination of surgical or minimally invasive cosmetic enhancement procedures.
The most common procedures typically offered by cosmetic surgeons in Princeton, NJ are: breast augmentation, breast lift, breast implants, liposucton, abdominoplasty (tummy tuck), botox injections, breast reduction, nose job, face lift, brow lift, neck lift, lunch time procedures, chemical peels, eyelid surgery, laser skin resurfacing and microdermabrasion.
To make an appointment with Stacy Kaplan, DO in Princeton, NJ, Please call (609) 688-8800 for more information.
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November 26, 2011
If 90% of the job is only showing up, Dr. Stacy Kaplan is still woefully incompetent. I’m not sure what part of the Hippocratic oath embraces the on-call doctor refusing to pick up numerous calls from the emergency department, but Dr. Kaplan seems to have taken up this unique interpretation. Here are the potential consequences of Dr. Kaplan’s negligence: your three-year-old may be lying on a gurney in the emergency room, crying in pain with a split open lip while you over hear the competent staff of the emergency department leaving yet another message for the doctor responsible for helping your child. Eventually, Dr. Marc Drimmer kindly and expertly came in to the hospital on his night off to help put 30+ stitches in my niece’s lip. It seems that Dr. Kaplan embodies the archetype of everyone’s favorite co-worker: the one who never shows up, does an inadequate job, and leaves her colleagues forced into making excuses for her. It is too bad that Dr. Kaplan, who we were told has made a habit of ignoring calls from the hospital while on duty, sullies the professionalism and excellence of Princeton Hospital’s Emergency Department . If a bad doctor shirks their responsibilities, doesn’t listen to their patients, and lacks professionalism then I would like to point out that Dr. Kaplan is a major problem. Don’t give her the opportunity to negligently ignore your loved one.
January 16, 2011