Hackney Plastic Surgery Center Names New Patient Coordinator

October 14, 2013

Lisa Isbell has been promoted to key position helping patients with their needs.

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) October 14, 2013

The Hackney Plastic Surgery Center announced Monday that it has named Lisa Isbell to be its new patient coordinator, a key position in the practice.

Dr. Fred Hackney, head of Center, says he is pleased to have Ms. Isbell on board. “I’ve worked with Lisa for seven years now,” says Dr. Hackney, “I can tell you she’s a real asset to my practice.”

Ms. Isbell is a nationally registered Certified Medical Assistant and joined the Hackney Plastic Surgery Center in 2006.

A patient coordinator acts as the liaison between the patient and their surgeon before and after surgery. They support the patient through all phases of their care, and answer their questions all the way from their first appointment through their surgery and all the way to post-surgical follow-up visits.

“For me, this is a rewarding job,” says Isbell, “It’s about helping people.”

Isbell says that patient education is an essential part of her job. “It’s normal for patients to have questions or concerns about their surgery. My job is about helping them understand the process and helping them make the best choices.”

“And ultimately,” she says, “it’s about helping people stay healthy and feel better about themselves.”

About the Hackney Plastic Surgery Center

Dr. Fred Hackney is a noted Dallas plastic surgeon named one of the “Best Doctors in Dallas” by D Magazine for six consecutive years. Dr. Fred Hackney is one of the few plastic surgeons in the country that has been double board certified in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

For more information about the Hackney Plastic Surgery Center visit http://www.drhackney.net, call (214) 346-9222 or visit his office at 8315 Walnut Hill Ln, Suite 225, Dallas, TX 75231.

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