Park Place Medical Center is a new modern state-of-the-art facility and is accredited by the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities. This comfortable, private and convenient facility allows Dr. Coundouriotis to perform a full range of cosmetic procedures: from Botox® to Facelifts to Minimally invasive facial plastic surgery.
The surgery center is fully equipped with the latest equipment necessary for performing both surgical and non-surgical procedures, a comfortable recovery area, and a separate room for those patients with overnight stay requirements.
The quiet, private consultation office creates the perfect atmosphere for a relaxed discussion, where each patient enjoys a detailed one on one frank discussion with Dr. Coundouriotis, in order to discover their individual needs. Patients are never rushed and are encouraged to take as much time as needed to have their questions answered and feel secure in their decisions.
Patients who choose Dr. Coundouriotis and Park Place Medical Center for Plastic Surgery can be certain they are choosing a highly qualified face specialist and a state-of-the-art facility.
|Person||Dr. Andrew Coundouriotis|
|City||Saint Petersburg , FL|
|Address||5000 Park Street suite 1012|
|Phone Number||(727) 547-1600|
Dr. Andrew Coundouriotis
Dr. Coundouriotis specializes in the art and science of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery of the face, head and neck. He is one of only a few surgeons in the Southeastern United States who is both board certified and fellowship trained in facial cosmetic surgery.
Dr. Coundouriotis graduated Suma Cum Laude from Duke University and was invited into Phi Beta Kappa. He then enrolled in the Duke University School of Medicine for his medical degree.
His interest in the marvelous and intricate complexities of the head & neck area led Dr. Coundouriotis to pursue a career in the head and neck surgery specialty. With this goal in mind, Dr. Coundouriotis completed a general surgery internship and residency with distinction in the field of head and neck surgery at Duke University Medical Center. He followed this with a Fellowship with Dr. Ferdinand Becker in the relatively new subspecialty area of head and neck surgery, Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.