Sacred Heart Medical Group welcomes plastic surgeon

Dr. Tong Duong

Dr. Tong Duong

Special to The Star
Published: Thursday, December 5, 2013 at 09:07 AM.

Sacred Heart Medical Group is pleased to announce Dr. Tong Duong, a board-certified plastic surgeon, has joined the Sacred Heart physicians’ group.  He began seeing patients in Suite 203 of the medical office building at Sacred Heart Hospital on the Gulf Dec. 3.

Dr. Duong has practiced plastic surgery since 1990 and will continue providing services in Panama City at the “Plastic Surgery Institute and Spa” when not in residence at Sacred Heart.

Dr. Duong will provide services varying from facelifts, eye lid tucks and rhinoplasty to post-cancer reconstructions.  Dr. Duong has interests across multiple disciplines, having graduated with a bachelor of science in engineering, a master in business administration, and a doctorate in medicine. Dr. Duong earned his medical degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Science in Little Rock . After medical school, Dr. Duong completed a general surgery residency at Shands Jacksonville Medical Center and a plastic surgery residency at Tulane Medical School in New Orleans. Dr. Duong also had a fellowship in cosmetic surgery at Graduate Hospital in Philadelphia and an apprentice with the late well known aesthetic plastic surgeon Dr. Bernard Kaye.

If you are interested in receiving more information or to set up an appointment, please call 229-5661.

Sacred Heart Medical Group is the largest network of primary care and specialty physicians in Northwest Florida. Dedicated to serving the patient, Sacred Heart Medical Group is Joint Commission-accredited and follows high standards for quality, safety and infection control. For more information about Sacred Heart Medical Group physicians, call 850-416-1600 or visit online at www.sacred-heart.org/medicalgroup.



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