Born in the beautiful island of Jamaica, our hair transplant surgeon attended Campion College, the top rated Catholic high school in the country. He graduated with distinction and was accepted at the Johns Hopkins University, majoring in Natural Sciences with a minor in Biophysics. Our surgeon was accepted to Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1989 and earned his doctorate in medicine. Having always expressed a desire to blend art and science he sought a residency in Surgery with a focus on further specializing in Hair Restoration where his goal could be realized. After doing an internship at Columbia Presbyterian in New York he came to Washington DC to study General Surgery at Howard University.
After five rigorous years of general surgery training, he went on to the University of Miami where he completed in 2002. Then, he was chosen to be the third Jerome Webster.
Fellow in Surgery by Interplast Inc., a philanthropic organization based in Mountain View California. This fellowship took him to nine countries in the space of a year spanning from South America to the Far East. He identifies this as the finest year of his academic life.
His interests are myriad and include foreign languages, particularly Spanish, French and Portuguese which he is conversant in. He enjoys art, music of all types and sports, particularly tennis and soccer. He is married with three children. He prides himself on being open minded, caring and generous and seeks only the best for each and every patient.