As the largest voice for reconstructive and cosmetic surgery, PlastyPAC has fought for plastic surgeons and our patients for more than two decades.

Advocacy is a top priority for the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, and PlastyPAC plays an integral role in our advocacy efforts, as it allows us to support, educate and influence federal candidates who support ASPS’s public policy goals. To succeed in this arena, PlastyPAC relies on your support.





Thank you to all of our contributors.​​​​​​​

  • Alvin Cohn MD
  • Kitti Outlaw MD
  • Michael Yates MD
  • Susan Dean MD
  • Raman Mahabir MD, Frcsc,
  • John Rowley MD
  • Deborah White MD
  • Andrew Wolin MD
  • M. Hugh Bailey MD, FACS
  • Nidia De Jesus MD, PhD
  • Gregory Evans MD, FACS
  • Heather Furnas MD, FACS
  • Amanda Gosman MD
  • Lynn Jeffers MD
  • Debra Johnson MD
  • joshua korman MD
  • Mark Krugman MD
  • Mark Labowe MD
  • Eric Mariotti MD
  • Travis Miller MD
  • John Osborn MD
  • Mark Sofonio MD, FACS
  • Ivan Turpin MD
  • Amy Wandel MD
  • Steven Williams MD
  • Michael Wong MD
  • David Mathes MD
  • Andrew Chen MD
  • Andrew Kornstein MD
  • Marc Walker MD
    District of Columbia
  • Michael Olding MD
  • David Song MD, Mba, F
  • Richard Bosshardt MD
  • Jennifer Buck MD
  • Arturo Guiloff MD
  • David Halpern MD, FACS
  • Bruce Mast MD
  • David Mobley MD
  • Robert Rehnke MD
  • Andrew Rosenthal MD
  • D Scott Rotatori MD
  • Ernesto Ruas MD
  • Rajendra Sawh-Martinez MD, MHS
  • Alissa Shulman MD
  • Robin Sykes MD
  • Sarvam TerKonda MD
  • Richard Greco MD
  • Nirav Patel MD, JD, FC
  • Reginald Sherrill MD
  • Thomas Crabtree MD
  • S. Larry Schlesinger MD
  • Russell Griffiths MD
  • Sara Dickie MD
  • Ryan Diederich MD
  • Jeffery Flagg MD, DDS
  • Arun Gosain MD
  • Jennifer Hein MD
  • Todd Hewell III, MD
  • Florence Mussat MD
  • Loren Schechter MD
  • Nicole Sommer MD
  • Joshua Adkinson MD
  • Gayle Gordillo MD
  • Joseph Mlakar MD, FACS
  • Richard Orr MD
  • W. Thomas Lawrence MD
  • Adrian Little
  • J. Douglas Cusick MD
  • Richard Korentager MD
  • Satish Ponnuru MD
  • Bruce Barton MD
  • David Kirn MD
  • Duane Wang MD
  • Eileen Black MD
  • Holly Casey Wall MD
  • Stephen Delatte MD
  • Michael Friel MD, FACS,
  • Kamran Khoobehi MD
  • Louis Mes MD
  • Scott Andochick MD
  • Adam Basner MD
  • Guy Cappuccino MD
  • Robert Carpenter MD
  • Gregory Dick MD, FACS
  • Michele Manahan MD
  • Joseph Michaels MD
  • Roger Oldham MD
  • Justin Sacks MD MBA
  • Devinder Singh MD
  • Jordan Steinberg MD, PhD
  • Kelly Sullivan MD, FACS
  • Glen Brooks MD
  • Theodore Calianos MD
  • John Castle MD
  • Jeffrey Darrow MD
  • Bernard Lee MD, Mba, M
  • David Mattos MD
  • Joyce McIntyre MD
  • Mostafa Noury MD
  • Jeffrey Dean Smith MD
  • Steven Haase MD
  • Mark Komorowski MD
  • Jeffrey Kozlow MD
  • William Kuzon MD, PhD
  • Pramit Malhotra MD
  • Kavitha Ranganathan MD
  • Kenneth Shaheen MD
  • Aamir Siddiqui MD
  • Stephen Zonca MD
  • Craig Johnson MD
  • Gregory Mesna MD
  • Christopher Stewart MD
  • L. Michael Diaz MD
  • Mark Elliott MD
  • Lee Thornton MD
  • Samer Cabbabe MD
  • David Deisher MD
  • Rajiv Parikh MD
  • Rita Stice MD, FACS,
  • George John Alexander MD, FACS
  • Timothy Janiga MD, FACS
    New Jersey
  • Kamal Addagatla MD
  • Nebil Aydin MD
  • Sean Bidic MD, FAAP,
  • Steven Bonawitz MD
  • Stephen Chidyllo MD, DDS, F
  • Matthew Coons MD
  • Paul Figlia MD
  • Christopher Godek MD
  • Gregory Greco DO, FACS
  • Peter Hetzler MD
  • Paul LoVerme MD, FACS
  • Charles Pierce DO, MPH
  • Gary Smotrich MD
    New York
  • Jeffrey Ascherman MD
  • Glenn Becker MD
  • Keith Blechman MD
  • Stefan Chevalier DO
  • Kimberly D'Amore MD
  • Scot Glasberg MD, FACS
  • Neal Goldberg MD
  • Eduardo Gonzalez MD
  • Robert Grant MD
  • Stephen Harris MD
  • Lloyd Hoffman MD
  • Alan Matarasso MD, FACS
  • Evan Matros MD
  • Babak Mehrara MD
  • Ash Patel MBChB, FAC
  • Aviva Preminger MD
  • Charlotte Rhee MD
  • Malcolm Roth MD, FACS
  • Ira Savetsky MD
  • Benjamin Schultz MD
  • Kevin Tehrani MD
  • Paul Weiss MD
    North Carolina
  • Mary Ann Contogiannis MD
  • Lynn Damitz MD
  • Eric Halvorson MD
  • Scott Hollenbeck MD
  • Thomas Rojy Jr., MD
  • Gregory Swank MD
  • Analise Thomas MD
  • Spencer Anderson MD
  • A. Lawrence Cervino MD
  • Lu-Jean Feng MD
  • Brian Gastman MD
  • R. Michael Johnson MD
  • David Kurlander MD
  • Anna Schoenbrunner MD
  • Brandon Specht DO
  • Anne Taylor MD, MPH
  • Paul Vanek MD, FACS
  • Elisa Burgess MD
  • Dann Leonard MD
  • Kathleen Waldorf MD, FACS
  • Debra Bourne MD
  • Richard de Ramon MD
  • Leo Farrell MD
  • James Fernau MD, FACS
  • Michael Hu MD
  • Ronald Lohner MD
  • Joseph Losee MD
  • Zoe MacIsaac MD
  • Robert Murphy Jr., MD
  • Amelia Pare MD
  • Simona Pautler MD
  • John Stranix MD
  • Anna Wooten MD, FACS
    South Carolina
  • Elizabeth Blakemore MD
  • Kevin Keller MD
  • John Lettieri MD
  • James Lovett MD
  • Ted Vaughn MD
  • Mary Gingrass MD
  • Melinda Haws MD
  • Jay Lucas M.D.
  • Galen Perdikis MD
  • Ellis Tavin MD
  • Steven Albright MD
  • Robert Anderson MD
  • Bruce Baker MD
  • C. Bob Basu MD, MPH, F
  • Alexander Castillo MD
  • Steven Clark MD
  • Charles Day MD
  • Warren Ellsworth IV, MD
  • Daniel J. Freet MD
  • Patrick Hsu MD
  • Dennis Lynch MD
  • Julie Park MD
  • Patrick Pownell MD
  • Norman Rappaport MD, DDS, F
  • Lucian Rivela MD
  • Rod Rohrich MD, FACS
  • Charles Slack MD
  • Aldona Spiegel MD
  • David Turner MD
  • Howard Wang MD
  • Robert Weber MD
  • Christopher Shale MD
  • David Berman MD
  • J. Benjamin Hugo MD
  • Maurice Nahabedian MD, FACS
  • Carol Shapiro MD
  • Victoria Vastine MD, FACS
  • Michael Bentz MD


Key Issues


Through your contribution to PlastyPAC, we can confront the issues facing plastic surgery today including:

Raising patient awareness of health insurance coverage for breast reconstruction and prostheses post mastectomy

Protecting patient safety through policies that prevent non-physicians from performing complex surgical procedures

Ensuring that unqualified practitioners cannot advertise in a false or misleading way

Increasing the cap on Medicare-funded graduate medical education (GME) positions and increasing funding for those additional residency slots

Promoting insurance coverage for reconstructive surgical procedures​




Robert X. Murphy, Jr., MD
Allentown, PA

C. Bob Basu MD, MPH, FACS

Houston, TX

J. Peter Rubin, MD
Pittsburgh, PA

Gregory Greco, DO
Red Bank, NJ

New York, NY

John T. Stranix, MD


New York, NY

Warren Ellsworth, IV, MD
Houston, TX

Daniel Freet, MD
Houston, TX

Scot Glasberg, MD
New York, NY

Raman Mahabir, MD, FRCSC
Phoenix, AZ

Anne Taylor, MD, MPH

Worthington, OH

Loren Schechter, MD
Morton Grove, IL




What is PlastyPAC?
PlastyPAC is a group of plastic surgeons who work together to raise money and make contributions to political campaigns. PlastyPAC only supports politicians who work to improve health care, patient care and the future of plastic surgery. Through this support, PlastyPAC helps elect individuals who promote policies that improve the lives of our physicians and our patients.

Why is PlastyPAC important to me?
Through PlastyPAC, ASPS members can speak with one voice so elected officials clearly hear our position on policies that affect our patients and specialty. A strong PAC allows us to impact change that will positively affect both you and your patients.

Why do we need a PAC? Why doesn't ASPS just make political contributions?
Federal law prohibits organizations like the American Society of Plastic Surgeons from contributing to political campaigns. Instead, ASPS must have a separate entity – or PAC – that takes part in these activities.

Where does my PlastyPAC contribution go?
100 percent of your personal contribution to PlastyPAC directly supports candidates who work to further ASPS’s public policy issues. Every dollar raised is seen by members of Congress as further evidence that ASPS has the support of a strong network of like-minded physicians. Every dollar will better position our success in advocating on issues that will affect your practice and your patients.

The Federal Election Commission (FEC) allows individuals to give $5,000 per calendar year to PlastyPAC.

How does PlastyPAC select which candidates to support?
PlastyPAC is managed by a Board of Governors, composed of a cross section of ASPS members. The board meets regularly to discuss legislative issues, fundraising, and candidate distributions. During these meetings, PlastyPAC identified politicians who have supported our public policy issues. The Board also takes member recommendations under consideration during this process.

To make a recommendation to the Board, please contact

Is there a limit on how much PlastyPAC can contribute to a candidate?
Under the jurisdiction of the Federal Election Commission (FEC), PACs can contribute up to $5,000 to a candidate committee per election (primary, general, or special). They can also give up to $15,000 annually to any national party committee, and $5,000 annually to any other PAC.




​ASPS Advocacy Summit
June 26-28, 2018
Washington Court Hotel, Washington, DC

Members from all 50 states are invited to join us for the first ASPS Advocacy Summit, which will include in-depth advocacy workshops, presentations by guest speakers, opportunities to network with local, state and regional plastic surgery leadership and, of course, a day of the Hill where ASPS members will speak with their members of Congress about emerging topics in health care.

Click here to register

For more information contact


Contact PlastyPAC at 847-228-3392 with questions or complete the form and we will respond to you within 48 hours.

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