About Borko Djordjovic
September 20, 2010 § Leave a comment
A surgeon with a comprehensive education in cosmetic procedures, Dr. Borko Djordjevic possesses numerous certifications in his field. After acquiring his Doctor of Medical Sciences from the University of Belgrade, Dr. Borko Djordjevic completed his general surgical training in New Jersey and Pennsylvania at the Mountainside Hospital and the Graduate Hospital at the University of Pennsylvania, respectively.
Expanding his surgical knowledge, Dr. Borko Djordjevic then transferred to the Riverside Methodist Hospital, an affiliate of Ohio State University, where he studied plastic and reconstructive surgery, surgery of the hand and genitalia, and cosmetic surgery. Board qualified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Dr. Borko Djordjevic was also certified by the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery and the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates. Completing a certification course with LifeSaver Systems, Dr. Borko Djordjevic learned to conduct basic cardiac life support and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
Dr. Borko Djordjevic has experience in femtosecond lenticule extraction as well. In addition to his firm grasp on general plastic surgical procedures, Dr. Borko Djordjevic is an accomplished aesthetic and reconstructive surgeon. Dr. Borko Djordjevic has performed facelifts; rhinoplasty; blepharoplasty; chemical peels; breast augmentation and reduction; reshaping and reduction of limbs, hips and the abdomen; liposuction; and genitalia repair and reconstruction.
Continuously striving to improve his skills as a physician and surgeon, Dr. Borko Djordjevic participated extensively in post-doctoral educational events and conferences. Dr. Borko Djordjevic took several review courses in plastic and reconstructive surgery at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, and Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. He traveled to Italy in 1994 to attend the International Symposium on Plastic Surgery and participated in a laser workshop at the Skin Laser Center in New Jersey in 1997.
Most recently, Dr. Borko Djordjevic attended the 20th Annual Symposium on the Latest Advances in Facial Plastic Surgery at the Foundation for Facial Plastic Surgery in Newport Beach, California. Conducting much of his own research in the field, Dr. Borko Djordjevic has been published many times in various academic journals.
Dr. Borko Djordjevic currently teaches plastic and reconstructive surgery at the University of Belgrade and directs the academic institution’s Cosmetic Surgery Fellowship Training Program as well as the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the Mediterranean Surgery Center.