Meet Dr. Koch
Dr. Michael Koch specializes in cosmetic surgery, breast surgery, and microsurgical reconstruction from his private practices in White Plains, Cortlandt Manor, and Goshen, NY. With extensive research and profound understanding of the human anatomy, Dr. Koch is highly qualified in his plastic surgery specialties. Born in London, Dr. Koch was raised in Perthshire, Scotland before moving to Southern California and eventually settling down in Greenwich, CT. Board certified and fellowship trained, Dr. Koch holds membership in several prestigious associations and societies which help him remain abreast in advances in the plastic surgery industry. When outside of the practice, Dr. Koch is an avid cyclist and very much enjoys cooking and the culinary arts.
Skills and Specialties
Due to his extensive training in general, plastic, and aesthetic surgery, Dr. Koch is highly skilled in the performance of a variety of plastic surgery procedures, including those for the face, breast, and body. Using his vast knowledge and years of experience, Dr. Koch helps patients to achieve the aesthetic look they deserve and desire, helping each patient to obtain a better quality of life. From his private practices in the Hudson Valley region of New York, Dr. Koch performs thousands of cosmetic procedures of a surgical and nonsurgical nature each year to help patients from all over reach their aesthetic goals. Currently, Dr. Koch specializes in breast enhancement, abdominoplasty, liposuction, breast reconstruction, and Brazilian butt lifts.
Education and Training
For his undergraduate education, Dr. Koch attended the University of California at Santa Barbara where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Biological Science in 1989. He then graduated from the Hahnemann University School of Medicine with his doctorate degree in 1993. Dr. Koch began his plastic surgery training at the UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA before completing an additional year-long fellowship in aesthetic plastic surgery at the Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. He also completed an internship and residency in general surgery at the George Washington University Medical Center in Washington, D.C. as well as a research fellowship at the National Institute of Health in Bethesda, MD.
To maintain a level of superior prestige within the plastic surgery field, Dr. Koch holds membership in the following associations:
- American Society of Plastic Surgery
- American Society of Aesthetic Surgery
- American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
- American Medical Association
- American College of Surgeons
- New York Academy of Science
- Surgical Society of the New York Medical College
Dr. Koch firmly believes that any person with the capacity to give back to his community should do so. As such, he uses his surgical skills and experience overseas in Africa, Vietnam, the Philippines, and South America to provide plastic surgery to those in need. By giving back on a volunteer basis, Dr. Koch believes that he can to share his passion for humanity with the world.
- New York Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital
- St. Johns Dobbs Ferry Pavilion
- White Plains Hospital
- Westchester Medical Center