Dr. Russel Palmer2024-06-12T11:20:26-04:00


Place your trust in Dr. Russel Palmer.

At Palmer Cosmetic Surgery, we make it a priority to understand our patients’ goals. As such, Dr. Russel Palmer will customize your procedure to meet your goals and be personally involved with every phase of your care. In addition, unlimited postoperative follow-up care is part of our practice philosophy. Dr. Palmer’s approach to treating patients is to treat every patient as he would a friend or family member and to provide the same level of world-class care and service for everyone.


We pride ourselves on our customer service and our approach to providing the best experience possible for our patients.


Our clinic provides a comfortable and serene environment for your services and care to be completed in peace and tranquility.


Dr. Palmer’s safety record is unblemished. He brings his experience of having performed thousands of operations.

My mission is to make patients look and feel their best to improve their self-esteem and quality of life.


Why Choose Dr. Palmer?

The benefits are numerous.

Experienced Surgeon

Dr. Palmer attended the University of Miami Medical School until 1980. He completed his internship and general surgery residency at Beth Israel Hospital, Harvard Medical School in 1985 where he was appointed and served as the surgical chief resident. After completing his general surgical training at Beth Israel Hospital, a Harvard University teaching hospital, Dr. Palmer moved to California, where he completed his plastic surgery residency at the UCLA Medical Center.

Following his graduation from UCLA in 1987, Dr. Palmer completed a microsurgical and hand surgery fellowship and served as a clinical assistant professor in the Division of Plastic Surgery at UCLA in 1988. Dr. Palmer then moved to Hollywood, FL, where he started his private practice in 1989. His safety record is unblemished, and he brings his experience of having performed thousands of operations to his established and prospective patients.

Great Results

At Palmer Cosmetic Surgery, we are proud of our work, and we consistently produce outstanding results. Our results are monitored by an independent rating agency and are amongst the highest in the country.

Unlimited Quality Care

In the extraordinary event of an emergency, Dr. Palmer will be personally involved. He has privileges at local hospitals in the area. All of our follow-up appointments are at no charge to the patient. If patients have any concerns and feel they need to be seen by Dr. Palmer immediately, we ensure a same-day appointment.

Our staff is available to our patients 24/7, and we make it a priority to follow up with our patients after surgery to answer any questions or concerns they may have.

Pain-Reduction Techniques

With years of experience, Dr. Palmer has developed his own pain techniques to minimize any discomfort during recovery. A majority of our patients report little to no pain during their recovery process.

Caring Staff

It is our staff’s goal to make you, the patient, feel comfortable and at ease throughout your experience here at Palmer Cosmetic Surgery. The operative staff has been with the practice for more than 15 years, and their synchronized approach helps achieve outstanding results with an outstanding safety record.

Maximizing Patient Safety

Our office is a fully accredited outpatient facility, and our staff is highly trained. Safety precautions are built into every aspect of our patient’s care.

Advanced Anesthesia Techniques

Dr. Palmer has customized his patient care protocol to the point that he does not need to use general anesthesia with any of his office-based procedures, including breast and abdominal surgery. His surgeries are done under IV sedation anesthesia, which does not require intubation, insertion of breathing tubes, or inhalation of gases.

Sedation anesthesia is administered intravenously. Patients are breathing on their own and controlling their bodily functions. They remain completely asleep during the procedure, have no awareness, and feel no pain during their operation.

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