Dr. John Diaz is an Ivy League graduate from Cornell University. He received a scholarship to attend the prestigious Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. Dr. Diaz graduated medical school with the highest honors and for this he received the Alpha Omega Alpha Award, which is given to only the top 10% of medical students in the country.
He completed his training in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in N.Y.C. where he had the privilege of working alongside some of the most famous plastic surgeons in the world. Dr. Diaz is a published author of articles on plastic surgery. He received a degree with Distinction in Plastic Surgery Research for his work.
He has received awards from the New York Regional Society of Plastic Surgery, Montefiore Medical Center and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Diaz is a medical staff member of the renowned Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA and has a private practice in Beverly Hills. He serves as the President of the Los Angeles Society of Plastic Surgeons and has presented lectures on plastic surgery throughout the United States.
He has been featured as a plastic surgery expert on a variety of television programs including CNN, Dr. Drew’s Lifechangers, and HLN, to name a few.
Regis High School 1988-1992
Four Year Academic Scholarship
Cornell University, B.S. 1992-1996
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, M.D. 1996-2000
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Award
Distinction in Plastic Surgery Research
New York, NY
Dr. John Diaz believes it is a privilege and honor to be a physician. He has a passion for using his knowledge and skills to help others. In addition to using his surgical skills to help patients, Dr. Diaz also spends time mentoring and teaching students. Read below to learn more about his charitable work.
Dr. Diaz is passionate about education. He has been a volunteer for an incredible organization called Thrive Scholars. This organization helps disadvantaged, but highly motivated, inner city high school and college students. These students have demonstrated tremendous academic potential, but lack strong support systems in their lives. Dr. Diaz works with students by providing advice and guidance. Whether it is helping edit college application essays or just talking on the phone, Dr. Diaz offers his time to these special students in need.
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