Midsota Plastic Surgeons to join CentraCare Health

Published in Media Releases Author: CentraCare

As of January 1, 2017, Midsota Plastic Surgeons will join CentraCare Health. By partnering with CentraCare, Midsota will expand its opportunities for providing advanced medical aesthetic skin care, reconstructive surgery and other surgical services.

The new partnership allows CentraCare Health to better care for people in the region by providing a full continuum of primary and specialty care services. The partnership also will ensure Central Minnesota has strong plastic surgery services for years to come.

Midsota Plastic Surgeons will retain its name, but will include CentraCare Health in its logo. The clinic’s physicians, staff, location, phone number and clinic hours will not change.

“Patients will continue to receive the high quality, personalized and private care they have come to expect from Midsota,” said Paul Heath, MD, President, Midsota Plastic Surgeons. “Both Midsota and CentraCare Health adhere to the highest standards to protect patient information.”

“CentraCare Health is pleased to partner with Midsota Plastic Surgeons, one of the leading plastic surgery providers in the Upper Midwest,” said David Tilstra, MD, president of CentraCare Clinic. “We have had a strong relationship with Midsota for many years, partnering on breast reconstruction for cancer patients, care of children with cleft lip/palate and burn care. Our past relationship makes this formal coming together a natural progression.”

About Midsota Plastic Surgery

Midsota Plastic Surgeons was founded in 1983 by Jim Smith, MD, and Paul Heath, MD. Today Midsota Plastic Surgeons has grown to a total of six plastic surgeons. It has four clinics, located in St. Cloud, Baxter, Pequot Lakes and Alexandria.

About CentraCare Health

CentraCare Health is a not-for-profit health care system that provides comprehensive, high-quality care to people throughout Central Minnesota. Our collaborative network includes hospitals in St. Cloud, Long Prairie, Melrose, Monticello, Paynesville and Sauk Centre, six nursing homes, senior housing in six communities, 20 clinics and four pharmacies.