Adam J. Rubinstein MD
About the Practice
Dr. Rubinstein and his office staff work very hard to ensure an enjoyable visit for every patient. The moment you walk through the door you will be greeted and guided to the well appointed waiting room where you can complete your registration forms in comfort. If you prefer, these forms can be completed online prior to your visit to save time in the office.
Background & Certification
American Board of Plastic Surgery
Dr. Rubinstein has trained with the world's eminent surgeons at the forefront of developing techniques for plastic surgery. He has served as Chief of Plastic Surgery for Jackson North Medical Center, a 382 bed acute care hospital in the Jackson Healthcare System.
Dr. Rubinstein is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Surgery at NOVA Southeastern University, and clinical faculty for the Cleveland Clinic Plastic Surgery Residency Program in Florida. He has been newly appointed to the teaching faculty of the Florida International University (FIU) College of Medicine Department of Surgery.
Publications and Presentations
Dr. Rubinstein currently serves on the editorial staff of the Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Journal published by the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
Affiliations & Memberships
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons
The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
The American Society of Bariatric Plastic Surgeons
The Ralph Millard Jr., M.D. Medical Society & Education Foundation
Dr. Rubinstein offers free personal consultations.
For your convenience, we will try to arrange your office visits for times that fit your schedule. Click HERE and please complete as much of the form as possible, then click the Request Appointment button at bottom of this page.
Staff & Facilities
The offices of Adam J. Rubinstein, MD, FACS offer two operating rooms on premises. Both operating rooms are fitted with the most modern monitoring and safety equipment available. Your safety is our primary concern. Each OR is certified for the use of general anesthesia and we only use MD anesthesiologists to provide services for our patients.
Patients are monitored in the recovery room by a registered nurse. Overnight accommodations are available for patients undergoing procedures that require 24 hour monitoring. These patients are carefully monitored and supervised by our staff at all times (24 hours) during their stay. We invite you to a virtual look through our offices and one of our two state of the art operating rooms.
Skin Care Products
Obagi Medical Products
Jan Marini Skin Research
CO2 Fractional Laser
Full payment is required in advance for all procedures. When payment is received in full we will contact you to schedule your procedure. We accept several different forms of payment for your convenience:
- Cashiers check
- All major credit cards
- Personal checks (accepted a minimum of two weeks in advance of a scheduled procedure)
Dr. Rubinstein offers in-office financing, allowing patients to make payments as they are able. There is no interest for this payment plan. Simply make payments whenever you can and pay whatever you can. Once the procedure is paid in full it can be scheduled.
Plastic Surgery Financing
Financing is available through a variety of lenders. We will gladly assist you with the application process. Alternatively, interest-free payments may be made in amounts that are comfortable for you in advance of your procedure. Lenders are listed below - click to apply.
- Extend Credit
Dr. Rubinstein accepts all insurance plans but does not participate in any plans. All procedures covered by insurance are performed as an out of network provider. As a courtesy to our patients we are happy to prepare and submit claims on your behalf.
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