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Autumn Greetings and New Leaf News!

  • DateOctober 2, 2015

Now that the kids are back in school and summer vacations are mostly over, it’s time to look forward to our cooler, glorious fall weather!  It’s also a great time to treat yourself to some of the beauty procedures that are best done when we’re out of the summer sun….So check out the great Portrait Plasma special in out previous post!

I have some BIG announcements and changes you won’t want to miss, so read on!


 

On November 1st New Leaf will have a NEW LOCATION in Tavernier!
In order to move closer to a large portion of my client base, I will be closing the Key Largo office in November, and opening my new office inside the Mirror Salon and Day Spa, MM 90.  I will be open for business there on November 3, with new expanded days and hours….Watch for new schedule and updates on our Grand Re-Opening!


Dr Christine Haugen, Board Cdr-huagen copy 2 (1)ertified Plastic Surgeon signs on as New Leaf Medical Director!

Dr. Haugen completed both her Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery residency and a Microvascular and Research fellowship at the University of Miami and was the first woman to complete the Plastic and Reconstructive residency there.  Dr. Haugen is certified by the American Board of Plastic surgery and has been named by the Consumer’s Research Council as one of “America’s Top Surgeons” and received the prestigious “Patient’s Choice Award” for Plastic Surgery in 2010.  She maintains her practice in Broward County and the Keys, and is on staff at Mariner’s Hospital.  Dr. Haugen now resides in Tavernier, and I am delighted to have her expertise as my consultant at New Leaf. She will be a great asset to the practice and my client’s care. Welcome Dr. Haugen!


 

new-leaf-1Congratulations to  Megan Franks; medical assistant in the Key Largo office for the past 5 years, recently completed her firefighter  training at the head of her class, and has started her new job as a  Monroe County Firefighter!  She will continue at New Leaf as time  allows, and will be training her eventual replacement. So, Congrats  to Megan, and a wish for good luck and much success in her new  position!

 

 

 

Remember, the leaves may fall, but your face shouldn’t…

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