Dr. James Romano is a skilled plastic surgeon serving the Bay Area. He is widely sought after and has been the continuous recipient of the prestigious Castle Connolly Top Doctor Award. He is recognized within the community because of his numerous volunteer and teaching opportunities.
As a medical professional, Dr. Romano has dedicated his profession to ensuring all of his patients are thoroughly educated about their procedure, but beyond that he also dedicates his time to educating the community. He has been affiliated with top hospitals and medical schools throughout the United States. In his professional practice, Dr. Romano taught at John Hopkins University and then moved on to accept a full time teaching position as Assistant Chief of Services. In his academic role he provided lectures, presentations and community outreach on the latest surgical techniques. His final full time faculty position was at USC as the Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery.
After his experience with academia he decided to open his own private practice in Beverly Hills where he continued to educate the community and teach aestheticians, students, and men and women’s groups. He then moved to San Francisco to open his practice in Pacific Heights. He continues to teach and is also one of only six physicians in the Bay Area that holds an academic position at UCSF. In his role as Assistant Clinical Professor he teaches residents and colleagues in a variety of facets of plastic surgery on a volunteer basis. To promote a better understanding of the benefits and comfort of cosmetic surgery, Dr. Romano continues to educate and give back to the community through free clinics and philanthropic work.
Dr. Romano is dedicated to helping patients less fortunate through volunteer work in Guatemala and in various clinics in the Bay Area. To learn more about Dr. Romano, please visit his biography page.