Having spent most of her life in the Midwest, you could say that Dr. Megan Jack has a laid back personality, but don't downplay her great eye for South Florida aesthetics. She has a great rapport with patients as one of her main priorities is making patients feel comfortable by addressing all of their concerns and leaving no questions unanswered. Dr. Jack will tell you that she is an extremely detail-oriented person who is never happy with less than optimal results. "My philosophy is that surgery starts with planning and every aspect of the procedure is important—from incision to closure—so I pride myself on beautiful scars!"
Going to college with an intention of becoming a veterinarian, Dr. Jack knew she wanted to be working with patients that could talk back to her, and after taking a cadaver anatomy course, she knew surgery was her destiny. Dr. Jack earned her medical degree from the University of Kansas. She then continued with her general surgery residency at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. There, she was the the Plastic Surgery Intern of the Year and boasted the highest score for the Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery. Upon completing her general residency, Dr. Jack completed a plastic surgery residency at the Cleveland Clinic in Weston, Florida. She is currently licensed to practice in Florida.
Believing that beauty from the inside out is crucial, Dr. Megan Jack is a perfect fit at Sanctuary Medical Center. "I want my patients to feel good inside and out, starting out with a healthy diet/ exercise regimen, successful aging with preventative measures as an adjunct to a healthy lifestyle, and finally cosmetic enhancements when the time comes," she says. Keeping current on technology and procedures is something that Dr. Jack also has in common with Sanctuary Medical Center, as she is always looking into the newest trends and travels to give speeches.
In addition to cosmetic surgery, Dr. Jack is very interested in body contouring after massive weight loss, reconstructive surgery after skin, breast, and other cancers, and abdominal wall reconstruction for hernias. After completing a cleft lip/ palate service trip to Honduras this year, Dr. Jack looks forward to more overseas mission opportunities in the future that will allow her to put her talents towards people in need. Dr. Jack spends most of her free time with her family and friends, exercising, going to church and cooking! If she was not a plastic surgeon, she would have a career that involves traveling and cooking.