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Francisco Canales, MD

Fellowship Director
Francisco Canales, MD & Heather Furnas, MD
Contact Full Name
Francisco Canales, MD
Contact Position
Fellowship Director
Contact Email
Greenbrae, California, United States
Length of Fellowship
12 months
Start Date
Application Deadline
Malpractice Insurance Is Provided
Certificate Issued By
Northern California Aesthetic Fellowship
1 position(s) available
Contact Information
Francisco Canales, MD
350 Bon Air Road, Suite 300
Greenbrae, California, United States 94904
[email protected]

Led by Heather Furnas, MD, Dino Elyassnia MD, David Sieber MD, Eric Culbertson MD and Francisco Canales MD, the Aesthetic Plastic Surgery fellowship in Northern San Francisco Bay Area allows the fellow to work in three comprehensive plastic surgery practice and two medical spas.  The clinical faculty members  are prominent members of the national societies.  This one year fellowship is designed to offer tremendous clinical opportunities in the operating room and office.  Learn from experienced owners of mature aesthetic practices how to effectively run a business, market your services, and compete in the aesthetic space.  Competitive salary and malpractice coverage provided.  Mentoring on the business side is an integral part of the fellowship experience and both surgical centers offer the full array of exposure to modern aesthetic procedures.  The fellow will have the opportunity to learn the MedSpa side of business operations as well and learn to critically review the evaluation of ROI on new technology acquisitions.  This is a great opportunity to learn from experienced aesthetic experts performing the full spectrum of operative and non-invasive services. 

Successful candidates will be board-certified or board-eligible, have completed their plastic surgery training programs in good standing, and provide letters of recommendation from their training chair.  Candidates will be interviewed on an ongoing basis and will be selected from the match process.  We will not be taking candidates  who do not meet board-eligibility requirements in the United States or Canada.